1. Alexander Wang
    Stuart Weitzman
    Manolo Blahnik
    Miu Miu
  2. Hi there! So sorry I just saw this!!
    I'm the same size in both Gianvito and Sergio Rossi, I find Gianvito patent slightly stiffer than Sergio's but I would go same size anyway!!!
  3. Repetto (two pairs I switch off on for work)

    New Balance (when I'm too lazy to pick out real shoes)

    Celtic and Co (boots in the winter)

    Birkenstock (summer)

    Castañer (also summer)
  4. Prada
    Miu Miu
    Stuart Weitzman
    BUT that's because my feet are a mess and I'm comfort first at this stage of the game.
  5. So these are brands that I have multiple pairs of, and usually will look at them twice when shopping:
    - Chloe (I absolutely adore the scalloped versions, but I only have two pairs of flats in that style)
    - Prada (They make surprisingly comfortable heeled sandals. I want a pair of their closed toe pumps.)
    - Chie Mihara (They are quirky, well made and comfortable. Unfortunately my size is not usually sold in the U.S.)
    - Beautifeel (They're basically orthodontic shoe brand. I have one pair of flats that are amazingly comfortable, but they are the only ones that are not "old-lady/orthodontic." I have searched every few months in futile hope of finding a better style.)
    - Nike (I'm apparently very brain-washed and usually buy a pair of these for my athletic sneakers. I started running about a year ago, and want to go to a running store and get "fitted.")
  6. Chanel
    Christian Louboutin
    Hermes and Bottega Veneta (tie)