Tag Archives: Mariella Ahrens

Please don’t…

29 Aug

Sadly, there have been a lot of fashion mistakes lately…

Nr. 2 and 3: seriously, wtf?

I wonder in which box they’ve found the following shoes. Maybe in the one with a big “Never wear them again” sign on it.

She thought it’s okay to go to national premiere of Salt in these boots…It’s not.

Last one. Looks like either 1. they weren’t informed about the sand or 2. they are plain stupid and don’t know that heels don’t work well with sand.

Actually, these are the last pictures. But I feel like this is a more complicated story.

I never liked clogs. I could tolerate them during the last 2-3 months, I saw a few people who could actually wear them and they looked good (Adele and Taylor, for instance), but not that fall is just around the corner, those who own a pair should say bye to their clogs and put them away. The fashion industry has played a trick on you all, fine, but let’s get over it and move on.

Please.

Thanks for reading, check back tomorrow [if you’ve packed your clogs away 😉 ]!

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Fun in the shoe shop

16 May

I’ve waited so long to do this post and today, by not doing the “Please don’t” post (the famous ladies behaved quite well during the last few weeks), I have the opportunity to post the pictures.

To start with, there was the Navyboot Store Opening in Berlin last November. German stars and Daryl Hannah appeared:

Daryl Hannah, part 1:

Daryl Hannah, part 2:

Then, Kim Kardashian’s Shoedazzle.com celebrated it’s first birthday in March:

A so-called shopping night in Germany:

At last, (with the help of Kristin) Audrina did what she apparently loves to do:

I hope you all had a great weekend, see you soon!

Please don’t…again!

21 Mar

Since Monday I’ve been MIA, I know, but times are pretty tough for me until the end of March.

However, that doesn’t keep me from posting the new issue of my so called “Please don’t…” magazine. Especially with so many – minor or major – mistakes taking place, they keep me employed!

Let’s start with the smaller ones – I’m sure there is a way to avoid freezing that is much more elegant than what these German ladies did:

Don’t you just love the idea of arriving in Uggs (or in something similar to that) with your evening sandals in your hands and than transform to  the Queen of the Night? In case you don’t, there’s also another trick that might work:

Seriously… 🙂

Now it’s time to move on to the major errors. I don’t think there’s too much talk needed:

Finally, there’s also something that might be considered as a mistake (because you don’t want this to happen to you), but just like Nadine did, you can overcome the rather awkward situation by smiling, smiling and smiling:

/BTW, she looks good, don’t you think?/

That’s all from me now, but remember, Model Monday will be posted tomorrow!

Have a great weekend!

Zee Germans

13 Aug

After a couple of days of absence [there’s so much work and travelling to do these days :S ] I’m back again to make a mega-post again, with a subject that will surprise many of you.

Mainly, because I bet you don’t know the people you’ll see in a few moments 🙂 Since I live in Europe, the German influence is massive in many parts of our everyday life. However, in the case of the shoes, shoe design, it’s a bit different.

It looks like the most famous ladies in the country that gave us Karl Lagerfeld, Jil Sander, Hugo Boss and Escada wouldn’t care that much about high-fashion, especially not about shoes, unlike their colleagues do in France, Britain or even in Italy. Of course, you can see some well-known pair every now and then, but I wonder what the reason behind this phenomenon is.

credit for the drawing to http://storms.typepad.com/booklust/

Now I’m going to show you a lot of German – even if some names don’t sound sooo German – ladies: TV hosts, singers, actresses, models, athletes, society chicks (aka useless people), bands.

I’m really interested in your opinions! How do you like what you see? Did you know any of them?

To see the examples yourself, click on the link below.

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