Giuseppe Zanotti Embellished High-Heeled Sandals for the Continued Winter Weather

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

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Manolo says, the weather out side is frightful, but these sunny, over-the-top, fantastically embellished, Giuseppe Zanotti high-heeled sandals are delightful, in the sort of ridiculous, wacky, child-like way.

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9 Responses to “Giuseppe Zanotti Embellished High-Heeled Sandals for the Continued Winter Weather”




  1. "The shoe-obsessed" Wayne Says:

    Waaaaaaaaay over-the-top!

    Something a Hollywood airhead would wear on the red carpet, but no one or no where else…




  2. BigFootDiva Says:

    WOW, THESE ARE CRAZY! I would definitely try to squeeze my size 11.5 foot into a size 10, just to wear these.




  3. The Style Curator Says:

    So colourful!

    http://thestylecurator.blogspot.com/




  4. shrimper Says:

    Too fetish-y for everyday wear but if you want to make a fashion statement these are very good exclamation points.




  5. Cara Says:

    Strangely enough, they look like christmas trees to me, in a golden happily-kitschy-gaudy-overdecorated way. So very weather appropriate.




  6. miss cavendish Says:

    I like these.




  7. catfriend Says:

    I am sad to say I must disagree with the Manolo on these. They look perfect for the well to do middle aged woman who is trying too hard – the type with the fake blonde hair and overtanned skinned -such as those on Bravo’s Real Housewives of series or found in suburban malls throughout the land, but not for one of stylish taste and refinement.




  8. P Adhikari Says:

    From Gypsy land with love…

    Thats what these shoes seem to be screaming!

    P Adhikari

    http://www.fashionfifthavenue.blogspot.com




  9. raincoaster Says:

    I love Zanotti! These are just crazy enough. If they were worn with the kind of thing Nicolette Sheridan generally wears then yes, one would look like the graceless and desperate former professional (ahem) companion. If worn with a modest, solid-coloured dress it would look fantastic. Sometimes shoes can replace jewelry, and that’s just what these are designed to do.













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