designer soles

Love my new DIY red designer soles! They could pass for Louboutins right? 😉

Check out how I did it…

You can purchase a DIY pack for $14.99 here.

Instructions below:

1. Clean soles with cleansing wipe provided

designer soles

2. Peel designer stripe from backing paper & apply to shoe sole.

designer soles

3. Using safety knife provided, trim away excess stripe.

designer soles

4. Apply excess strip to heel of shoe if desired.

designer soles

Heels c/o Betty Shoe | Red Soles c/o Designer Soles



  1. Great idea! I like the pink polka dot ones, fun way to add a bit of personalisation to black shoes 🙂

  2. This is a genius idea. I love it when shoes have different coloured soles. I am definitely going to try this when I get some time.

  3. You did it well. The shoes sole looks great love it. Brilliant idea.

  4. IHateFakes Reply

    thats like glueing a BMW logo on your Toyota….FAKE! Don’t pretend you have something that you don’t. Its just sad.

    • Yeah I guess it could be seen as fake. But inspiration comes from all places. So whether I seem fake or not, as long as I’m happy with it, that’s all that matters 🙂

      • Disappointed Reply

        Does that mean designers can copy other designers and say, ‘Oh well, as long as I’m happy with it?’ I’d understand if you chose another colour – not a colour that’s widely represented and patented by Louboutin. Adding a red sticker to the bottom of cheap shoes, is nasty! If I was Louboutin, I’d be highly offended by this cheap, nasty trick.

        • Most designers get inspiration from other designers I find. I don’t think it’s a big deal at all. It’s just adding a sticker.
          Why do you think there are so many DIY’s out there, taking inspiration
          from designers? It’s the highest form of flattery. I’m not calling my
          shoes Louboutins. I’m not hiding the fact that inspiration has been
          drawn from a fashion icon.

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