Stars Love A Bargain Too: Carrie's Aldo Pumps

11/08/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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Keri Russell and Reese Witherspoon aren’t the only stars hitting our favorite mall stores — Carrie Underwood follows in their thrifty lead by pairing her Cottonade ruffled coat and Max Azria Atelier dress with these sky-high patent heels from Aldo. Get Carrie’s Aldo “Nicoa” Mary Janes for $120, at And try this Kimchi & Blue Ruffle Collar Coat, $140, for a sweetly priced alternative to Carrie’s designer coat.

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Jenn on

$120? Honestly? Affordable? Give me a break!

Judy on

I agree…$20 would be considered as affordable

Judy on

I agree…$20 would be considered as affordable!

Andrea H. on

love them!

Rose on

I agree! that’s not affordable

Kelsey on

I think those shoes are not that cute.
They are not worth $120.

Annette on

Well they are affordable compared to other real designer shoes! I like them

Mary on

$120 is considered “affordable” when you compare it to the price of shoes that celebrities typically wear ($500+). To most working professionals (such as myself), this is a very reasonable price.

But I think those shoes are not very cute. There are much better-looking (cheaper too) Mary Jane heels out there.

Ashley on

Mary – you have a point when saying that they are CHEAPER than the typical names celebs wear but should realize who their READERS are … that is NOT AFFORDABLE for the average consumer.

M on

I like her outfit, but seriously, I’m tired of this girl. You’ve heard one American Idol, you’ve heard them all. The American Idol people are getting old.

fashionexpert on

Ya I agree!!! They really call that “affordable”!!! Anyway she looks sssooo cute!!!! and she is so pretty it makes me sick!

Jazmine on

For $120 thoose shoes no way! I mean look at it! A shoe for $120 it should be way better looking. Like a friend of mine as thoose shoes or somthing similar to thoose shoes and she onley got them for only $20!

Valencia on

Whoa! It is not like said they were cheap shoes. Affordable means that you can also afford them if you wanted to buy them. I mean compared to a pair of Sergio Rossi, Manolo Blahniks or Louboutins at over $2500, yes these shoes are affordable. Trust, I am a under $50 shoe gal myself but yes, if I wanted them I could afford them. That being said, the shoes are not cute and Carrie’s whole outfit looks a mess. Can we get a hit or miss on this one?

Dorothy on

Those shoes are probably super uncomfortable-they are made for special events where you wear them for couple hours the most.And with that price tag you can barely call them affordable.For 130$ I’d rather get these Michale Kors besides that this website has tons of discounts:
And these Rampage are a total bargain:

aislinn on

those shoes are somewhat repulsive… but they’re thought of as “adorable.” they’re also $120, which to some is known as “affordable.” i’ll admit, $120 is VERY inexpensive compared to most celebrities $2000 shoes, but in my book, $80 is the end of the “affordable” range for a pair of somewhat repulsive mary-janes that you could get for $20 at Payless.

Rach on

Excuse me, but these shoes are WAY affordable, even when not contrasted to the regular designer shoes, all my shoes are around that pirice at least

Katrina on

Should I be impressed that a celeb is wearing “affordable shoes?” So patronizing to us “ordinary folk.”

Samantha on

i love her she’s beautiful and looks good in anything

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