I am obsessed with my Jellypop “Jayne” boots.
Now, I’m a super high heel girl, but let me tell you, super high heels takes it toll. The Jellypop “Jayne” boot doesn’t exactly qualify as a super high heel because, well, the heel is less than five inches. But combine that with a one-inch platform, and suddenly I possess the stature that super high heels give me without the accompanying pain. So, I’ll say it again. I’m obsessed with my Jellypop “Jayne” boots.
It’s the boot of the season apparently. Jennet Chow, founder of Jellypop shoes, says all the editors have been clamoring for the shoe. (I’ve seen it myself in several fashion magazines this season.) And Audrey has it in our Winter issue, out now.
A super comfortable, on-trend, uber cute shoe? (Did I mention how affordable it is???) It’s a part of the magic that happens at Evolution Design Lab, the head design house that conjures up the goodies from Jellypop (and sister brand Vigoss). Watch this video and I dare you not to fall in love with the brand!
It’s good to be Jennet Chow.
Or maybe I should say, it’s good to be friends with Jennet Chow.
Not only does the Chinese American own adorable shoe line Jellypop and its sister shoe company Prima Royale, but for her 30th birthday, she decided it’d be a good excuse to give back to her friends and family with a huge Thank You party. Yup, Jennet was hitting the milestone, but she was treating her friends to all manner of sweets (gastronomic and otherwise) at her Southern California home.
For the party, Jennet called in some flavorful favors from friends. Flowers were courtesy of Fleuretica, a company run by two Asian American women, Euri Wong and Kendra Liu Ackerman. And Popisme Dessert Concierge, run by Asian American Kelley Lee Gin, along with Wong and Ackerman, set up an amazing “hanging” dessert bar.
Guests noshed on pistachio macaroons, sea salt caramel macaroons, kiwi tarts, white chocolate cream puffs and chocolate chip cookie milk shooters.
And what’s a party without some gorgeous baubles? Guests perused two jewelry lines, both owned by Asian Americans. Lucky Grace features beautiful jewelry handmade by Grace Lu, and Matt Wang showed off Guy and Eva pieces.
And of course, there were plenty of Jellypop shoes to sweeten the aesthetic palate. With dainty floral prints, stripes and wovens, candy-sweet hues, and lacy, ruffled details, the shoes were a perfect complement to the dessert bar and décor.
Want a taste of the sweet life? In another post, we’re giving away Jellypop shoes, so scroll down!
Photos courtesy of Jennet Chow.
We just blogged about Jennet Chow, the owner and creative director of Jellypop shoes. She threw quite a party for her big 3-0, and now we’re here to share the wealth with you! We have three pairs of Jellypop “Trendy” sandals for three lucky Audrey readers.
The antique gold pair is a size 8 and comes in a gorgeous shimmery bronze color, embellished with bronze and clear faceted beads, bronze studs and sequins. An easy zip back makes it a snap to wear and elastic sides allow for a comfy fit.
We have two black pairs, one in a 7.5 and one in an 8.5. The black pair is smooth and matte, with jet and blackened silver faceted beading, black sequins and dark studs. It’s also got a zip back and elastic sides. So cute for summer!
So just click on this post’s title and it’ll take you to a page where you can comment to your heart’s content! Don’t forget to tell us your preferred size (you can pick more than one size), and you must have a U.S. mailing address to win.
You have until Wednesday, June 30, 11:59 pm to comment. Good luck!