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Payless fall collections & designer lines hit stores
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Sep '08
This fall consumers don't have to choose between style and price they can have it all.

Even in tight economic times, which is putting continual strains on shoppers' wallets, consumers can exercise their right to look chic this season without breaking the bank as Payless ShoeSource launches its fall collection of footwear and accessories, including the exclusive designer lines Abaete for Payless, Lela Rose for Payless and alice + olivia for Payless.

Luxury-lusting fashionistas can indulge in the latest fall trends from rich colors and plaid prints to oxford heels and peep-toe ankle booties, as well as great brands in addition to the Payless Designer labels such as Airwalk, American Eagle, Dexter, Champion, and Dunkman. Price points start as low as $10 and designer products are available for, on average, under $40 an item.

The Abaete for Payless designer label is back this fall season with an eye-catching collection now available nationally in select stores and Payless.com.

Unveiled at New York Fashion Week last February, designer Laura Poretzky's ninth line for the retailer combines medieval details with Madame Gres inspirations.

Through hard and soft detailed silhouettes the collection creates a distinctive look featuring studded hardware and draped fabrics. The collection features five shoe styles and a coordinating studded clutch.

Lela Rose recently expanded her alliance with Payless to include a special occasion line of designer dyeable dress shoes and accessories, Unforgettable Moments by Lela Rose, inspired by her new bridal dress line.

This is Rose's fifth Lela Rose for Payless collection, which is characterized by a "Susie Chapstick meets Park Avenue" aesthetic.

The collection, due in stores now, features six shoe styles including three pumps, two flat styles and a wedge, as well as coordinating clutches and a handbag.

Payless' newest designer label, Stacey Bendet's alice + olivia for Payless, debuts its third in-store collection this fall. Bendet coats her shoe designs in '60s pop colors, while carving out '70s silhouettes.

The shoes were designed to transcend across all the ready-to-wear looks in the alice + olivia fall collection and to contrast the femininity of the apparel with a bit of an edge.

This season's styles punctuate any outfit with unique silhouettes, styling details and strong use of bold colors and high shine.

The alice + olivia for Payless line includes three ankle boots, a mary jane flat and a wedge, as well as a clutch with coordinating prints and a messenger bag.

Additional fall styles are flowing into Payless stores now. The collection's mix of the latest on-trend styles, silhouettes and prints, combined with affordable price points, will ensure that everyone can sport the latest fall footwear this season.

Bold patents contrast with delicate satins, and menswear pumps offer an alternative to feminine bows. Traditional fall hues are available, along with the season's trends of bright red and purple.


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