Manolo the Columnist: Macee from Sigerson Morrison

Manolo says, here is the column of the Manolo in the Express of the Washington Post.

Dear Manolo,

Over the past fourteen months I’ve lost nearly 90 pounds, and have finally reached my goal weight. I’m going to reward myself now with a new sexier wardrobe, and, of course, a new pair of shoes. Please help me find something suitable for the new me.

Erin

Manolo says, ayyyy! Congratulations on this significant achievement. The Manolo indeed knows how difficult it is to fight (and lose) the Battle of the Bulging Spare Tire Around the Middle Parts of The Body.

Sadly, the Manolo has not only been genetically cursed with the un-svelte body of Falstaffian proportions, but he has long had the robust and epicurean appetites, meaning that he enjoys the double helpings of his stuffed doormouses and honeyed hummingbird tongues, often with the cream sauce. Worse, far worse, the Manolo’s idea of exercise is the languorous stroll around the farmer’s market, and the vigorous sipping of Kir Royales at the sidewalk café, followed by the afternoon nap, the set of activities he refers to as “crosstraining”.

This is why when the Manolo has gone on the diet, he has often sought out the role models, the person whose body the Manolo wishes he had. Of course, the Manolo will never be as thin, or as buff as the Hollywood star. Thus, at moment, his current “thinspiration” is Henry VIII, whom the Manolo considers to have the achievable body type.

Here is the Macee from the Sigerson Morrison, the sexy, cutout suede peep-toe booty in the black, perfect for the new you!
Macee-Sigerson-Morrison

2 Responses to “Manolo the Columnist: Macee from Sigerson Morrison”

  1. klee March 19, 2014 at 4:03 pm #

    I would like to ask the Manolo’s advice regarding booties. Are there rules/guidelines on proportions? I have been eyeing a few pairs (and this one is lovely), but not sure if they will work for me. I am not the wafer-thin 6’6″ eastern european teenager who is always shown wearing them.
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    • Kathy Burke March 26, 2014 at 11:54 am #

      I was wondering if you know anything about Adler’s custom made shoes? I have trouble finding the perfect size for my feet, and a friend of mine said they use a really easy at home casting process and always get her and her husband’s sizes perfect. Have you had any experience with them?