Need Wink footwear at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
This was a design label created by Wynn Smith and launched in 1997. The name was derived from that of his name and that of his sister, Mink, merged together. The brand had an almost cult-like following for its blend of punkish and yet upper-crust clothing.
It was often a mixture of naughty and nice, debutante meets grunge, grafitti covered t-shirts and sweet calico dresses, girlish and yet boyish. The exacting care placed upon cut and detail the collections from this label gave it refinement, its quirkiness gave it wit. The seeming contradictions were something that worked for a while. Unfortunately, they folded in 2004.
There is another company with a similar name. They just have "Sport Fashion" added to the name. If their website is remarkable for anything, it would be how unglamourous it is. You have to wonder if their strategy is to make the customer buy quickly just to avoid spending time on their website. This company is based in central Europe and their distibution range is comprised of Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Romania and Ukraine. Though the website is unglamourous, the footwear does look good and I like their logo.
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Once again I have found another store with this name. It's based out of the Dallas, Texas area and they have flashy accessories and appear to make shoes for exotic dancers. The actual brand of shoe is so hard to find that it almost seems to be mythological. If the label was restarted, I would suggest that they organize their marketing department and start their marketing strategy around a strong emphasis on their online presence. I almost have to second guess myself as to whether this brand ever existed.
I have come across sa new source of bargains that you might want to check out. I don't really pick favorites with the marketplace/auctions that I present, but I do feel that searching a greater number of them, only increases your edge as a consumer. One of them is below: