Christian Louboutin at One Dollar Per The Week

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, here is the article to be filed under the heading, Super Models Say the Darnedest Things.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Beautiful but Dim

“They make me feel like a woman. I feel they make you look very sexy, the cuts are beautiful, the lines, the colors the embellishments,” Huntington-Whiteley gushed to FOX411’s Pop Tarts column at the Christian Louboutin’s book launch at Barney’s in Beverly Hills last week. “I think he managed to capture something so special for women, every girl should be lucky enough to have them.”

Yet amid this cash-strapped economy, the British supermodel has some words of wisdom for women pining for a pair – which retail at around $700.

“If you can save up for a pair put away a dollar a week,” she advised. “It’s worth it girls. It is really worth it!”

It just like buying on layaway at the K-Mart!

Only, at one dollar per the week, it will take fourteen years, in which case, allow the Manolo to suggest something that might still be in style in the year 2025…the Wallis Mary Jane Pumps

Christian Louboutin Wallis Mary Jane Pumps

Also available in the black, and the camel, this is the sort of shoe that can be worn well into your dotage, which in the case of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley may already have arrived.

P.S. The tip of the Manolo’s hat to his friend Erik.

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5 Responses to “Christian Louboutin at One Dollar Per The Week”




  1. JessieB Says:

    Oh, The Manolo. You used the word ‘dotage.’ And of course, your advice is above reproach. I thank you for making my day!




  2. Michelle Says:

    Yay for people saying dumb things! It makes me feel like an intellectual by comparison:)




  3. Dani Says:

    “…which, in the case of Rosie Huntington-Whitely, may have already arrived.”
    That quip just made my day.




  4. Alisia Says:

    You certainly picked the right shoe — it’s a timeless classic!




  5. daisyj Says:

    Where would we be without the sage guidance of 24-year-old clothes hangers with a very limited grasp of basic math? Truly, we are living in enlightened times.













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