Ralph Lauren for the Poor Girls

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, one of the most difficult of the tasks that the Manolo he is asked to perform it is to find the good shoes, shoes worth the wearing, that sell for under $100 of the American dollars.

This it is because so many of the shoes of inexpensiveness they are nothing but the awful: awful material, awful construction, awful styling.

Yet, the poor girls they need the shoes! They cannot go barefeeted while they save their moneys to buy something truly super fantastic.

And yes, the Manolo he feels he must help the poor girls because the Manolo, he knows what it is like to be poor, so terribly poor that you must fashion your own super fantastic shoes out of the naugahyde you have scavanged off of the discarded sofas you have found alongside the road to the dump.

In the autumn of the last year the Manolo he recommended the fall shoes of the Ralph Lauren for the girls who do not have much of the moneys. This despite the fact that the Manolo, as he noted at that time, he is mostly indifferent to the waspified charms of the Ralph Lauren.

On the one of the hands, the Ralph Lauren, he clearly understands the value of the classic styling and of the tradition. Yet on the other of the hands, he is not thinking of the future, he is not really concerned with being the stylish or the super fantastic, and his clothes, sometimes they are, as the Americans say “the corny”, what with jodphurs and the hacking jackets and the blondey-waspy models.

Yet, says the Manolo, on the third of the hands, his latest shoes they are not expensive.

And so the Manolo he returns to the Lauren by Ralph Lauren shoes for the spring. Below are two of the pairs of the shoes that the poor girl she would not be ashamed to have on her feet.
Lauren by Ralph Lauren  Jasmin  Manolo Likes!  Click!
Lauren by Ralph Lauren  Giesela  Manolo Likes!  Click!
Manolo says, these shoes from the Ralph Lauren they are not only affordable, but also most pretty.

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2 Responses to “Ralph Lauren for the Poor Girls”




  1. Suzanne Says:

    The problem is, while the Lauren by Ralph Lauren clothes and linen lines are quite wonderful, Lauren by Ralph Lauren shoes tend to be very uncomfortable and ill-fitting in my experience (and I can wear 99% of shoes). While attractive in photos on the net, they also look cheaper in person than, say, Bandolino, Etienne Angier, Steven, Van Eli, Circa Joan & David, or other similar-priced brands.




  2. MollieBee Says:

    Even if the blue ones were uncomfy I’d wear them…they are adorable! Thanks Manolo, you are so good to us.













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