Sarah Jessica Parker's New Shoe Line Details Are Here In Full

So, you've been hearing all those whispers and rumors floating around the Internet about Sarah Jessica Parker launching her own shoe line. We can officially say (with excitement in our voices) that they are all true and that Carrie Bradshaw would be beyond proud.

The über fashionable actress has teamed up with Nordstrom to launch her own exclusive collection featuring an array of shoes that could make every kind of girl swoon. From pointy Mary Jane-inspired pumps to ballet flats, here's everything you need to know about the upcoming collection, how much it'll cost you, and where you can find them.

It's always been Parker's dream to create her own shoe collection. After all, she played one of the most iconic fashion characters of all time, one whose shoe collection could outshine that of Imelda Marcos'. But the timing wasn't right, until recently. Parker told Glamour, "I’ve been thinking of doing this for years but never found the right fit. Everything needed to align, from quality to price point.”

Parker teamed up with Nordstrom and worked with George Malkemus, CEO at Manolo Blahnik, on her footwear collection. She wanted to create a collection of shoes that women "wish existed in [their] closets." In other words, a collection that looked a lot like Carrie Bradshaw's, but of course, at much more reasonable prices. After all, not all of us are successful columnists who can afford Manolos and Jimmy Choos. (Also. Breaking: Columnists don't make $40 billion a year. Ahem.)

Lucky was the first to share a single photo from SJP's collection in their February issue. They featured an adorable black pump named "Diana" with a Mary Jane-like strap across it. Harper's Bazaar then shared two more shoes from the collection, both strappy heels decorated with an adorable bow (an ode to SJP's mother who used to tie bows in her hair when she was young). Then, Glamour came along and blew all of our minds, sharing five more styles, including a lace-up heel named "Allison" that is mindblowing. Click links for all the photos.

The collection will range $195 to $485 and will be available at Nordstrom on February 28. We also hear that she may be designing some accessories for the line, namely handbags. We're crossing our fingers those rumors are true, too.

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