Manolo says, one of the Manolo’s internet friends has asked the Manolo the question.
As a dedicated fan of your blog since near inception, I’m usually able to solve my shoe dilemmas due to your super fantastic guidance. However, I’ve hit a snag…
A week and a half from now, a group of my favorite blogger gal pals are having a meet-up in Las Vegas (a location which, as you probably know, always requires a great deal of walking) and as I gaze through my wardrobe to plan ahead, I realize that I don’t own shoes with the right balance of comfort and style for this venue.
To make matters worse, I’m a shorter gal (5’1″) who always compensates with skyscraper heels, so all the trousers I’ll be packing are hemmed to require a heel of 3″ or more. Most of the clothing I’ll be packing is from Anthropologie, so their mix-and-match style could easily accommodate fun colored or patterned shoes without much of a concern for clashing.
While I realize that you’re extremely busy (and I won’t be offended if you’re unable to help) I would be extremely grateful if you could provide some appropriate footwear recommendations. After spending all day searching and coming up empty-handed, I’m starting to worry that I’ll simply have to endure the pain of wearing my usual “non-sensible” shoes as I traverse many miles through casinos… HELP!
Manolo shouts, Viva The Las Vegas!
What happens in the Las Vegas stays in the Las Vegas, no?
Or, at the least, one hopes that what happens in the Las Vegas does not cause unnecessary complications outside of that jurisdiction, complications which may well involve lawyers and doctors and parole officers and various religious figures trained in last-ditch negotiations.
Query: Does the special immunity granted for actions committed in Las Vegas apply to governors of New York?
Somehow the Manolo doubts that it does.
As for the shoes one should wear, the Manolo suggests packing several pairs. Some for walking during the day, some for boogieing during the night hours, and some that look good while sitting on the bar stools at twilight.
Of the course, if you need the high heels that are both comfortable and stylish for the daytime wearing, then you must look for something like this…
Here is the Wanda Air Slingback from Cole Haan, which the Manolo thinks is quite smart. Even better, thanks to the Nike Air Technology which Cole Haan has incorporated into the shoe, it is reputedly very comfortable.
And, now, if you need the nighttime boogieing Vegas shoes, and you have won much money at the roulette wheel, then the Manolo recommends this, the Candence from the mistress of comfortable shoes, Taryn Rose.
Glittery, gaudy, somewhat tacky, completely over-the-toppy, and expensive. It is just like Las Vegas, itself!