Manolo says, one of the Manolo’s internet friends has asked him the question.
I need a superfantastic shoe to wear with this bridesmaid’s dress. Please Advise!!!! Though I am a poor grad student, money is no concern as I need something beautiful on my feet for this long day.
Thank you kindly,
Ayyyyy! The friend of the Kat must be the very secure bride indeed to allow her maids to wear such the hot dress as this.
As we all know, historically, the typical dress of the bridesmaid employed such undermining tactics as the over abundance of rump-enlargening ruffles, and the strategically misplaced, bust-minimizing wickety-wack, to make the attendants look faintly (if not explicity) ridiculous.
Naturally, the good friends endured this humiliation, safe in the knowledge that, someday, this bride would herself be wearing the ridiculous dress in someone else’s wedding. And thus the circle of fashion violence remained unbroken.
Now, however, the few brave brides are attempting to end this ancient practice by selecting the truly attractive dresses for their attendants. Such is the case here (although the Manolo is not overly fond of the kerchief hem on this dress).
As for the shoes, here are the pair of the red and gold D’Orsay sandals with the wrap-around ankle straps from the Enzo Angiolini that sell for under $100 of the American dollars. They are beautiful enough to make even the most secure bride jealous.