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Despite the rampant growth of ugly-chic sandals (Birks, Tevas, and their crunchy associates), British shoe designer Sophia Webster has stayed true to the skinny, tall heel in her debut collection for everyone's favorite mass retailer, J.Crew. The 13 piece collab features Webster's best-selling silhouettes rendered in fabrics, prints, and colors that tie in with the retailer's spring offerings. A natural fit, according to Webster: "The brand has a real sense of fun and color that I love and I think that my designs compliment their clothes well."
First seen at J.Crew's spring 2014 presentation back in September, the shoes are available in stores beginning today and online Wednesday. Prices range from $320 to $695. Have a look at the collection that has us using all of our editorial restraint to not reference Happy Feet after the jump.