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 All of you Marais Girls came in such droves at our last sample sale, so we thought we’d surprise you with another one this month. We’ll have tons of new styles and every pair is $30.

See you there?

x x  M a r a i s  U S A

September 11th, 2013 § 0


Here it is! We are so excited to share with you the Lucky Charms Collection and hope you will find lots of your favorite styles reinvented this season. We had such a great time on this shoot with Daeja Fallas (photographer), Courtney James (model), and Anat Fritz (creative direction), and cannot thank these ladies enough for being so amazing.

x x  M a r a i s  U S A

September 11th, 2013 § 0


Thank you so much to all of you amazing ladies who turned out for our sidewalk sale in Williamsburg. We’d like to raise a photographic toast to you as we depart from Williamsburg:

You are seriously the most adorable bunch (and excellent shoppers!) – so much fun!

x x   M a r a i s  U S A   &   H a l e y

August 23rd, 2013 § 0


You may have heard that after 5 years in Brooklyn, we are moving to the city. We’re excited to be in a new neighborhood (NoHo), a new space, and arguably most importantly enjoy having access to a smorgasbord of new lunch spots! As much as we love Calexico carne asada burritos (Williamsburg’s staple), I think everyone in our design studio would agree that more options for delivery will be intensely fascinating and exciting to explore! We are finalizing our plans for the interior and looking at inspiring spaces . . .

The teepee may or may not survive the editing process:) Stay tuned for sneek peeks as we settle in and finish the new digs.

x x  H a l e y

August 23rd, 2013 § 0


Meet our girl crush of the moment, Adrienne Young. Blogger, Insta star, and wearer of

Marais USA Oxfords – we cannot resist this cutie pie!

 Her blog is chalk full of goodies, including the recipe for these delectable looking roast peaches. Excuse us while we giver her recipe a go!

x x  M a r a i s  U S A

August 22nd, 2013 § 0


How cute are these baby blue linen oxfords our designer, Anat, scored at our sample sale?

If you missed the sale, sign up for our newsletter to be the first to find out about the next one!

x x   M a r a i s  U S A

June 18th, 2013 § 0


Come see us! This is our biggest sample sale ever, and prices start at just ten bucks.

If you can’t make it, you can still enter to win a free pair by tweeting, facebooking, or instagramming @MaraisUSA using hashtag #MaraisUSASampleSale

x x   M a r a i s  U S A

June 6th, 2013 § 0


Captured on a disposable camera . . .

First stop, coffee in my travel clothes + Beatle Boots (#lostluggage)

Back porches and gardens aplenty

Blake, the Savannah local (slash tour guide extraordinaire)

Hangin’ in Monterey Square in my Jitney Wedges

On a recent excursion to Savannah, Georgia I had my first ever truly Southern experience. Over the past year, my friend Blake has sent me frequent invitations, cheap flight notifications, and photographic tours via email. I’d read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and I’d been told it was the most beautiful city in the US. That seemed a tall order, but after 30 minutes on a bike in the Historic District, I had to agree. The city is laid out on a grid around squares, 22 of them. By squares, I mean rectangular blocks whose perimeters are lined with gorgeous 18th and 19th century mansions. Sadly, this picturesque district became a low-income neighborhood in the 1900′s, with most homes becoming dilapidated and uncared for. That is, until restoration expert Jim Williams came to the rescue and began to transform the neighborhood back to its former glory. Including his very own Mercer House (pictured above). Today the Historic District, and city in general, is a hub for artists (rent is literally a fraction of what we New Yorkers are accustomed to) and old fashioned Southern livin (fried green tomatoes and rocking chairs aplenty). I am a fan.

See you again soon, Savannah!

x x  H a l e y

May 28th, 2013 § 0


We’re working on some fun new things. Pom poms on the way!

x x  M a r a i s  U S A

May 28th, 2013 § 0


Photos courtesy of The Coveteur

Although we are not makers of sneakers, we are definitely lovers and wearers of this (wedgeless, ahem) variety of footwear. The evolution of which is currently on exhibition at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto. We wish we were there to check it out, but luckily the local ladies of The Coveteur have documented it for all to see – in their usual fab style.

x x  M a r a i s  U S A

May 23rd, 2013 § 0