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About Kelsi Dagger

Kelsi Dagger’s shoes, boots and handbags are just as spunky and cutting-edge as those of its elder sister, Pour La Victoire, but go a bit easier on the budget. Named after the Fratellis song “Chelsea Dagger,” which tells the tale of a burlesque dancer, Kelsi Dagger is the brainchild of New York-based designers Jay Adoni and David Giordano. The duo launched the label in 2008 to offer trendy, finely crafted footwear defined by a quirky, irreverent quality and unexpected details. Kelsi Dagger’s provocative, wide-ranging collection includes everything from studded sandals, suede tassel loafers, sky-high leopard wedges, and metallic platform pumps to ankle booties and sexy thigh-high boots. The label’s of-the-moment buckled satchels, crocodile-embossed crossbody bags, and sleek totes skew minimalist and consistently meld practicality with style.

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Sale Ended April 06, 2012

Color Play: Bold, Bright Shoes for Spring

Breathe new life into your little black dress or favorite skinny jeans with this kaleidoscopic array of boots, heels, peep-toes, booties, and more. Look on the bright side — and invigorate your wardrobe — with these standout styles, including retro slingbacks in cherry red, peep-toes in vibrant orange, and wear-with-everything boots in funkadelic brown.

Sale Ended November 12, 2014

Shoes: Up to 80% Off

Your chance to score must-have boots and more at can't-miss prices.

Sale Ended September 14, 2014

Weekend-Ready Boots & Booties

Casual fall shoes to anchor your off-duty look.

Sale Ended July 21, 2012

Bright & Fun: Ballet Flats

Who can resist the allure of a shoe that's stylish and comfortable enough for all-day wear? That’s why we’re obsessed with ballet flats — especially this super-chic array, which features everything from embellished neutrals to downright girly iterations. Don’t feel badly if you want more than one pair; these picks prove that keeping a low profile doesn’t mean sacrificing high style.

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