There are a lot of stunning shoe spots from yesterday’s 2012 Teen Choice Awards and we thought we’d start with the girl with the cutest shoes — Zoe Saldana.
Zoe received her surfboard prize for Choice Movie Actress in the Action category in a matching cropped shell top and poufy bubble skirt from Jonathan Saunders. But when she did the look over the shoulder pose, you know she wasn’t showing off the back of her clothes but was instead flaunting that big bow detail at the back of her gorgeous heels.
Zoe Saldana wearing a cropped shell top by Jonathan Saunders
Zoe Saldana poses on the pink carpet at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City on July 22, 2012
The celeb-favorite pose drew our eyes to Zoe Saldana’s shoes instantly. Well, we’re always drawn to shoes first but exceptionally so with these beribboned ankle strappers on Zoe Saldana:
Zoe Saldana’s pedicured toes in ‘Vampanodo’ heels
Zoe Saldana’s pedicured feet in ‘Vampanodo’ sandals
Zoe Saldana’s feet in Christian Louboutin ‘Vampanodo’ sandals
Zoe Saldana’s shoes are the Christian Louboutin ‘Vampanodo’ sandals which debuted at British fashion designer Michael Van Der Ham’s first ever resort collection for 2013:
Looks from the Michael Van Der Ham Resort 2013 collection
Christian Louboutin ‘Vampanodo’ satin bow sandals in blue satin
This sandal’s main feature may be at the back but you can see that they look amazing at ANY angle.
Right now, this platformed purple satin version is available for purchase at Nordstrom.
‘Vampanodo’ satin bow sandals in purple satin, $995.00 at Nordstrom
Nikki Reed was also spotted a few months later in the black satin version of the same style paired with a Ted Baker ‘Nelli’ dress. The outfit was completed with rings from her Mattlin Era jewelry line and her powder-blue Autism Speaks awareness bracelet.
Nikki Reed wearing Ted Baker’s ‘Nelli’ dress
Paul McDonald and Nikki Reed at the Autism Speaks ‘Blue Tie – Blue Jean Ball’ at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on November 30, 2012
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