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Whose Shoes did it Better?

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Last night, many stylish foodie folk and some fashionable femmes crowded the Prasino patio to celebrate its opening. There were hors d'oeuvres, North Shore drinks and some tasty delights from Prasino's kitchen. But who was looking at the shoes when there were so many beautiful faces in the crowd? We were. And now we want to know whose shoes did it better?

We spotted Suzanne Kopulos, founder & style director at Garmental.com, Jules Schwanbeck, rockhound and designer of jewelry line, jules., and Erica Strama, senior marketing manager for The Shops at North Bridge. They were all wearing shoes and they all had their tootsies painted.

We're not going to tell you whose shoes belong to who, but we'll tell you what they were wearing - then we vote.

Someone was wearing Target shoes, Juicy denim, polish job done at Nail Boutique.

And someone else was wearing Stuart Weitzman shoes, United Colors of Benetton pants, polish job done at Pinkey.

And finally, someone else was wearing House of Harlow shoes, JBrand denim, Essie polish job DIY to match her mother's toes (done with her mother over Mother's Day).

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