Carrie Bradshaw’s $2125 Wedding Blue Heels Found At A Thrift Shop For Just $35

After its release in 2014, the royal blue heels wore by Carrie Bradshaw is still appealing to brides who naturally consider shoes to be as important as the dress. Women have continually hunted for this iconic shoe in pink/blue for their special day, and undeniably quite expensive to buy. Carrie’s blue heels had sold for $2125, but lucky a demographer has recently discovered the heels for $35 in a charity op shop.

Dr. Liz Allen, 38, discovered Carrie’s $2125 blue heels for just $35 at Vinnie’s store in Belconnen, Canberra

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Dr. Liz Allen, staff at the Australian National University, spotted the heels in Vinnie’s store in Belconnen, Canberra. The shoe is a size 38 Satin Blue Manolo Blahnik, and its handcrafted stilettos appeared to be the same as the ones Carrie wore in the 2008 Sex and the City Film.

The shoe is a size 38 Satin Blue Manolo Blahnik with handcrafted stilettos

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The stilettos appeared to be the same as the ones Carrie wore in the 2008 Sex and the City Film

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Sarah Jessica Parker played the character Carrie Bradshaw in the film and had worn the shoes for her engagement and wedding to Mr. Big. Not wanting to keep the iconic find to herself, Allen, who researches trends, took to Twitter to express her excitement.

Sarah Jessica Parker, who played the character Carrie Bradshaw had worn the shoes for her engagement and wedding to Mr. Big

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Dr. Allen described the pair as a work of art

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‘Just spotted a pair of Manolo Blahniks at Vinnies. $35 if anyone’s interested. Allen captioned her photos while describing the pair as a work of art. Unfortunately, the shoes weren’t Dr. Allen fit, but Erin Cooper, a Tasmanian ABC Journalist, has offered to purchase them.

‘Just spotted a pair of Manolo Blahniks at Vinnies. $35 if anyone’s interested’

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Allen’s post was met with delighted comments even though a few people were skeptical about the authenticity

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However, since viral, Allen’s post has been met with delighted comments even though a few people are quite skeptical about the authenticity. ‘I’ve thought about these shoes all night.’ A user commented while a second insisted: ‘They’re the proposal shoes.

A third said: ‘I don’t wear high heels, but I want these.’ A few users wondered who might have donated such an iconic pair, with the suggestion that it might have belonged to Julie Bishop – Australia’s former Foreign Minister who occasionally gives iconic shoes to charity.

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