Holiday Shoes 2006, Part IV

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Manolo says, beautiful silvery-sparkly shoes from the Stuart Weitzman, the perfect ornament for your holiday feets!

6 Responses to “Holiday Shoes 2006, Part IV”

  1. Sarah in Israel December 12, 2006 at 5:50 pm #

    I’m fascinated by the concept of holiday sandals. They ARE very pretty to look at, but . . . Where in the US and Canada is it warm enough in December to wear slinky sandals? What do people do, put on woolly tights under these?

    How about some beautiful holiday-party boots? Something that will keep the feets somewhat protected in the walk from the car to the holiday party in the sub-zero weather?

    If you wear sandals to holiday parties, please tell us where you live and how you avoid getting sick from cold.

  2. La Petite Acadienne December 12, 2006 at 10:58 pm #

    Sarah, I cannot speak for other fellow Canadians, but this is my usual practice: if it is a house party, you wear your boots, bring your shoes, and change the footwear as soon as you get in the door. If you are going to a restaurant or club, you dash from the cab to the door, try to avoid the slush, drink a glass of wine to re-start your circulation, and then forget about it.

  3. ScythianGrrl December 12, 2006 at 11:49 pm #

    More superfantastic holiday shoes. It helps that it will be 60 degrees this weekend.

    http://couture.zappos.com/n/p/dp/17305533/c/385.html

  4. high matenance December 13, 2006 at 8:13 pm #

    looooooooooove them!!!!!!!!

  5. FlaGirl November 2, 2009 at 10:45 pm #

    Sarah is Israel,
    Come to sunny Florida and you can wear any sandal you like in December and the whole winter thru!

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