Tag Archives: high heels

20th anniversary of Christian Louboutin

25 Nov

The French magician celebrated his brand’s 20th anniversary this week. I don’t think there are a lot of people out there who don’t appreciate his design; obviously there has been much to celebrate for the fashion world.

It’s possible that I don’t like one or two of his designs, but generally I truly admire his work. I won’t continue praising him now by writing 20 more lines that you won’t read, I let the pictures do the talking. Bottom line is:

There are 2 pages about him in the November issue of InStyle magazine:

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There are 19 more pictures in this post with celebrities wearing Louboutin, click to continue reading!

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Highs and lows

2 Dec

In this post I’m presenting you two high-end pairs and two pairs with more reasonable, affordable prices. Let’s start with the more expensive ones.

These pictures have been taken back in October, but I didn’t had any time to post them so far – the time has come to feature them on my blog:

This pair has a 3,5″ heel and a 0,5″ platform and costs around $1080.

The other high-end designer product is the following pair:

It has 4″ heels and prices may vary from $800 to $1100. These sandals could be perfect for next spring/summer!

Please take a look a look at the low-price pairs. Both are by ALDO, and even though you can’t label them as extremely spectacular, they are still trendy and chick – please choose these over fake designer shoes!

The Fawson is available in three colors (gray, black and taupe) and costs $90, while the Segura has a wider range of colors (purple, gray, taupe, medium blue, med. silver, black satin, black suede and black patent) and costs $80-90.

Tell me if you like them 😉

The first month

29 Nov

Since the blog is one month young today:), I thought I’d post something different this time.

Some weeks ago I’ve found this video, which may have no sense, but features some really nice shoes.

I’ve made a few screenshots:

Plus, just for fun, I created a picture of the tag cloud. It was so much fun!