Whose Shoes Wednesday…The Answer!

Manolo asked, whose shoes?

Manolo answers it is the Emmy Rossum!

Congratulations to our good friend Spirit Fingers, who was the first person to correctly identify this most difficult to guess person.

6 Responses to “Whose Shoes Wednesday…The Answer!”

  1. Cristina August 28, 2008 at 1:26 pm #

    OH! It bothers me that someone so bland and annoying has such nice shoes. Blah! She’s a 25 year old who dresses like she’s 45. Girl needs a whole lot of rock and roll (maybe those McQueen booties and a personality transplant).

  2. Sandy August 28, 2008 at 2:20 pm #

    Who?

  3. La BellaDonna August 28, 2008 at 2:49 pm #

    Perhaps her idea of 25 is not your idea of 25, Christina. The pictures that La BellaDonna has seen of the Ms. Rossum show her in clothes that are perhaps more conservative than, say, the Paris Hilton, but they are pretty and flattering, nonetheless. Perhaps she prefers the “elegant” to the “rock and roll.” And that leaves all the more “rock and roll” for you, no? How is that a bad thing?

  4. Ann August 29, 2008 at 8:59 am #

    Knew it was a red carpet kind of person due to the that crossed leg pose that they’re all taught to use. What normal human stands with legs all pretzely like that? Look at Nicole Ritchie! She’s going to tip over!

  5. Cristina August 29, 2008 at 9:41 am #

    Sure, Belladonna, that’s possible. (I’m a lot older than 25 so there isn’t too much rock and roll left for me). I do find Emmy Rossum’s music saccharine and her quotes are all twee sugar plums and exclamation marks, when I read them (I try not to). I’m not advocating Paris Hilton’s style – goodness no. Please keep underpants on and brain engaged. I just think you can be feminine without channelling the Princess of Unicorns and Rainbows.

  6. La BellaDonna August 29, 2008 at 1:20 pm #

    Hola to the Christina! La BellaDonna, too, thinks it is possible to be feminine without channeling the Princess of Unicorns and Rainbows (Poor Princess! Will no one speak up for her?). However, I do not think Ms. Rossum’s quotes full of the sugar plums, the exclamation points, and possibly even the “i” dotted with circles throughout, were under discussion – merely her clothes. They are respectable and adult – neither little-girl nor matron (which I believe was the original contention, no?). La BellaDonna does understand it is possible to see one thing and hear another, and that sometimes the end result is an exclamation of “Ptah!” As for La BellaDonna – well, her rocks all rolled away some time ago.

    Hola to the Anne! Yes, I believe that that particular posture is taught at the “School of the Imbecile,” where the young ladies are taught to cross the ankles in the “tip me over” position, as well as to hunch the shoulders over as if the sirocco it is blowing, and to thrust the pelvis forward as if giving birth. La BellaDonna waits for the day when someone tries to do all three at once and lands on the floor.