This sounds like a fun job: Two sisters created an online company, allowing women to design their own shoes and custom-order them. (I found the story in the New York Times Business section).
Ilissa and Dorian Howard started Milk and Honey Shoes so women wouldn’t be “stuck with the options that the ladies footwear buyer from a department store provides for you.” Dorian said. “You want that three-inch, raised, suede pump? We’ll make it for you.”
The site is great fun to play with, but pretty pricey. I did design, if not purchase, several fabulous pairs. Here’s my red peep-toes in faux-croc:
|Love! Unfortunately, the price came out at $275.|
You can start with flats, wedges, platforms, boots, or booties. Add bows, rhinestones, roses or knots. Have one or two or no straps, and elevate or chunkify your heels. You can design in leather, suede, fabric, pony and tweed. Party on, designing women, and have a wonderful Tuesday!