Manolo Blahnik Flower D’Orsay for the Day of Celebration

Manolo Blahnik Flower D'Orsay Pumps

Manolo says, what better way to celebrate this auspicious day than with beautiful shoes from our patron saint, the Maestro di Tutti Maestri, Manolo Blahnik?

Subtle, elegant, unusual, whimsical, beautiful, all the things we should strive for in our daily lives.

4 Responses to “Manolo Blahnik Flower D’Orsay for the Day of Celebration”

  1. Jennie October 16, 2010 at 5:07 pm #

    Sigh! Someday!!!!

  2. klee October 16, 2010 at 10:01 pm #

    After reading your blog for many years, I’ve taken your advice to heart and invested in a pair of Manolos: simple beige, but the perfect beige that matches my skin tone and makes my legs look five miles long. And I have to say, as sensitive as my feet are (nearly all shoes make them hurt, my goal is usually no bleeding), the Manolos are shockingly comfortable. Not bunny slipper comfortable (as Plumcake would say), but I wore them for five straight hours to a wedding, dancing included, and they didn’t hurt. Miracle! Beautiful, make my legs look fantastic and don’t hurt! Thanks to the shoeblogger Manolo, I have the beautiful shoes and the beautiful feets.

  3. sue October 17, 2010 at 12:01 am #

    these shoes look a little ordinary and DIY no? Like someone took a gluegun and cut out the edges of an old grandma’s tablecloth and went crazy with them.

    it’s a beautiful grey though ..what a pity

  4. lenzy October 20, 2010 at 1:39 am #

    Looks like an ordinary shoe but I love the color….