Lipsy London Strappy Heeled Sandal LhsEGWRdW

Lipsy London Strappy Heeled Sandal LhsEGWRdW
Lipsy London Strappy Heeled Sandal
This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies, as detailed in our Sperry TopSider Sperry TopSider jDgyKi
Sign in


(Guaranteed delivery by 12/24)

United States


Cart (0)

With more than 8,000 5-Star reviews

$159 | 11 Colors

Jimmy choo Damaris 65 mules z2gfEEKO

$199 | 11 Colors

View Collection

$139 | 10 Colors

La Sportiva TRANGO TRK GTX Walking boots carbon/sulphur a1yXSdR

$179 | 4 Colors

View Collection

#LIVEYOURLEGACY to be featured

Suit up with the Bellwether (in Rose Gold Black) for a sleek polished look. #LiveYourLegacy
19 JUNE 2018
The Bellwether - Rose Gold + Black
Bolder is better. Never be afraid to make a statement. #LiveYourLegacy📷@lukerieke
15 JUNE 2018
The Chrono S - Blue/Brown
Elevate your game with a watch that was crafted, not made🔥#LiveYourLegacy
13 JUNE 2018
The Bellwether - Blue + Brown
Casual style. Tastefully bold watch. 🔥 #LiveYourLegacy
11 JUNE 2018
The Chrono S - Matte Black
Put in the hours after hours. Let the Bellwether inspire your hustle 👊 #LiveYourLegacy📷@caryallendecker
09 JUNE 2018
The Bellwether - Rose Gold + Black
Wrist shot on point! Styled by@josebarbour_ #LiveYourLegacy
06 JUNE 2018
The Chrono S - Blue Steel
Weekends are do you make the most of your time off the clock? #LiveYourLegacy 📷@jeroennoordzij
02 JUNE 2018
The Chrono S - Rose Gold/White
01 JUNE 2018
The Kairos - Black/Gold

For happy hour sales, new product releases behind the scenes access.

FIORENTINI BAKER Suede Ankle Boots Gr IT 40 0pFTwo

All orders are fulfilledwithin 1 business day of the order date, with the exception of pre-orders. Purchases made after 2 pm EST will not be shipped out until the next business day. You will receive an email with tracking details once your order has been dispatched from our warehouse.


European Union

When available, we offer FREE duties paid shipping for all EUwatch orders. That means yourwatch isshipped directly to your door with noextra customs fees. For watches that don't have the DDP option available, we offer Free Shipping via First Class Mail.

Australia New Zealand

Canada Mexico

Rest Of The World

*If you require add-onshipping services such as a "Signature Required" please contact us before placing your order.

*Please note International shipments that are not labeled as DUTIES PAID may experience additional Customs charges such as taxes and duties. These fees are charged by the receiving government office and are the responsibility of the recipient.Parcels may experience additional delays when being processed through Customs. If you would like to know how much these charges will be prior to ordering, please contact your local customs office for import pricing.

If any issues come up regarding the shipment of your order, please shoot an email over to and we will get you taken care of as quickly as possible. Once your order has been dispatched, Vincero Collective is not responsible for any losses or damages. It’s the customer’s responsibility to follow the tracking information provided and contact the United States Postal Service or your local courier, to monitor the delivery of your purchase. We will help you in recovering an item to the best of our abilities, but, unfortunately, we are unable to provide a replacement or refund until the item is returned successfully or confirmation that the item is being returned can be provided. Please note, our free shipping speed is fulfilled via USPS First Class which does not require a signature. If you require a signature for delivery please select the FedEx delivery option.

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return it to us within 30days free of charge . Please note that items returned within 30 days can be refunded to the original payment source.

In 1953–54 New Zealanders went to extraordinary lengths to present their best face to royalty – and to the world. ‘Sheep were dyed in the patriotic colours of red, white and blue; in New Plymouth both bowling club members and the local pony club formed into an E on the ground’, Jock Phillips wrote. ‘Screens were erected to hide unsightly buildings, and citizens were instructed when and how to plant blue lobelias, red salvias and white begonias.’

David Lange, who sang for the Queen as a schoolboy in 1953, recalled that ‘roads were sealed so she could drive along them, or in the case of the road from Kaikohe to Whangarei, the half she drove on was sealed and the other half finished many years afterwards.’

Over time, subsequent royal tours became less formal. Indeed, ‘informality was the keynote’ became a journalistic cliché.

The Queen’s Silver Jubilee tour of 1977 came closest to recapturing the spark of the 1953–54 tour. But attitudes were changing and that year some New Zealanders might have smiled to read of the Wellington City Council giving the Wellington Harbour Board ‘a gentle reminder that the Queen might not like to see a wharf full of containers when she visits the Capital.’

HMY at Wellington, 1963

Royal travel became less ostentatious after the decommissioning of the royal yacht Britannia in 1997. For decades New Zealanders had become accustomed to seeing the big ship escorted around the country by a Royal New Zealand Navy frigate. When the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh last visited in 2002, they travelled by commercial aircraft.

Prince William at Government House hangi

Other members of the royal family have paid many visits to New Zealand to support charities, to recognise significant milestones and to represent the Queen. In 1983, photographers caught a famous image of the Prince and Princess of Wales relaxing on the lawn of Government House, Auckland, while young Merrell MQM FLEX MID GTX Walking boots grey WjUAUxPY3
Prince William returned to New Zealand in 2010 to open the new Supreme Court building in Wellington. While there, the casually dressed prince joined Prime Minister John Key at a barbecue at Premier House.

In 2012 members of the royal family celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by visiting all the Commonwealth countries of which she is head of state, while the Queen concentrates her efforts in the United Kingdom. New Zealand was visited by Prince Charles, accompanied by Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Stay Connected