Manolo says, this beautiful, simple, classic slingback from Giuseppe Zanotti, it is on the sale, nearly 65% off of the usual price, the savings of almost $240 of the American dollars!
Manolo says, here is today’s colum of the Manolo from the Express of the Washington Post. As you can see, it is about the shoes for the ladies of the certain age.
I am a woman “of a certain age” who can now wear neither high heeled shoes, nor ballet flats. Consequently, I am having trouble finding stylish shoes.
Manolo says, it is indeed true, the age it makes the physical demands that we all must eventually meet. However, this it does not mean that we cannot look as stylish and alluring as possible while waiting to pay this unavoidable bill.
And so the Manolo he would recommend to his friend, the lady of the certain age who cannot wear the high heels or the flats, this shoe, the E5535 from the Guiseppe Zanotti.
It has the comfortable one and the half inch kitten heel, the peek-a-boo upper, and the sexy strap for the ankle. Of the course, this shoe it would be perfect for any lady, of any age, who wishes to look the best.
P.S. The Manolo he has received many question in the past few weeks about finding the comfortable and stylish flats, and shortly he will address this most important topic.
Manolo says, please forgive the Manolo as he had to briefly step away from the blogging this weekend to attend the fancy semi-society wedding on the Main Line in the Philadelphia. The best man he was the New York muy famoso.
Of the course, the trip it included the visit to the King of the Prussia Mall for the shopping extravaganza with the Posse Manolo. It is not the secret that the Manolo he rarely enters the malls, but there are the precious few (The Mall of the Short Hills, the Galleria in the Dallas ) for which he will make the exception.
To the mind of the Manolo, this pair of the daring shoes of the Giuseppe Zanotti, was the best purchase of the trip. (That and the little something the Manolo he had to purchase for the Manolo himself.)
This shoe it good because it is on the exact border between the trashy and the classic, where, as the long time readers of the Manolo know, the true fashion lies.
Once in the while the truly fashionable girl she must cast out the book of the rules and chart her own course in the matter of the footwear, she must defy the convention, and the staid and the stultifying rules of the mob.
Manolo says, one of the Manolo’s many internet friends has sent the Manolo the link to the article about the wedges.
They’re edgy. They’re wedgy. And they’re sending fashion-forward women tipping and toppling like Star Skater Barbie.
The “wedge” — with cork, wood or woven bamboo elevated soles — is the height of summer footwear. Wedges range from $58 at Nine West to designer Isabel Fiore’s $300 straw platform sandal, which measures in at a staggering 5 inches tall. Women falling for the fad are suffering from sprained ankles and other injuries.
“I’ve had two patients in the last 10 days who have slipped off their wedges,” said Dr. Rock G. Positano, a celebrity podiatrist in New York.
The doctor said both patients were young women who had sustained twisted ankles. He is advising patients who wear the wedge heels to do so for short periods of time, at a pool party or the beach, and not to attempt to stroll for blocks in them.
“And I’m afraid, with vacation time coming up, many women are going to take them for sightseeing. They’re just asking for trouble,” Dr. Positano said. “These shoes affect a person’s ability to know where the ground is. They don’t have that mechanism anymore. There’s no stability.”
“Ayyyyyy!” the media scream, “the beautiful shoes they are too high! The womens they will fall off of their shoes and will break their dangerously fashion-obsessed heads, and all the “celebrity podiatrists” in the world, they will not be able to mend the damage!”
Pah! says the Manolo. Once again, the groundless panic about the shoes of style it has invaded the brains of the reporters during the period of the slow news.
It is obvious to the Manolo that the reporter she does not know the shoes well if she thinks the $300 wedge is most expensive. Here, for the counter example is the slightly more pricey wedge from the Giuseppe Zanotti.
P.S. Manolo says, many thanks to the Manolo’s internet friend the Victor for the link.