Shoes so loud, they might as well be shouting

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Roxy - Pink LeopardWhat? What's that you say? I can't hear you over the screaming awesomeness of these extremely loud, brighty colored, boldly patterned, super obnoxious, and totally amazing shoes.

Y'all know the routine by now. I like loud shoes — even the ones I could never afford or ever walk in. If you're looking for classy and timeless this week, you're not really going to find much here — this link might be better for you. Or you can just scroll down to the random bonus shoe.

But for those of you into some eye-ball popping good times? LET'S GET CLICKING.

Axis - Black Suede
Francesca - China
Rambler - Coco Iridescent
Stuntin - Multi White
Get Hi - Blue Lime
Wicked - Leopard Fur
Tavik - Beige
Journey - Blue
Fandango - Red
Cosette - Nude Suede
Tune Up - White
SWMG Unitard - Pink

Random bonus shoe

Jazz Heels In Teal By Chelsea Crew

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  1. Aww, man! Where were those rainbow flats in September?! Just because the wedding is over, doesn't mean I still can't buy them…

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  2. Hi Ariel,

    Just a heads-up that the link to the second shoe in the first row is broken (leads to a 404 on Zappos).

    Cute selection btw!

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    • Aargh! I hate it when Zappos sells out of a style in between my writing the post, and it being published. Shoe replaced.

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  3. Just a heads up ladies! The leopard print Miss L Fire's in the top photo are from their winter collection! (Which means you better snag them quick before you can't find them if you really do love them!) They're totally wicked awesome in real life too, I have a pair in a different color!

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