Monday, December 13, 2010

Christian Louboutin Spring 2011

By: StyleMayvin Staff Writer Shelby Christie

Christian Louboutin has put fourth some of the most memorable footwear of all time. His shoes may just be the most recognizable in the world…So much so he decided to trademark his signature “red bottom”. Christian Louboutin has made his Spring/Summer 2011 collection available for all of us stylistas to enjoy! I took a look and thought I’d share my top picks with you…

In FIRST place is a pump that is just as elaborate as its name. The Samira Strass 100MM is a four inch blue pump. It is described as “Jewelry for the foot”. I absolutely love it because it is so funky and unique that ANY women can make it wearable. I refer to it as “the chameleon” shoe. It will conform to the style of each woman that wears it! There is a waiting list for this one…but it is expected to be available no later than December 12th 2010 for $3,095! Dear, Santa….
In SECOND place is a fierce 6 inch platform pump…sling-back of course darling! The Lady Peep Sling 150MM is a dipped in a nude colored glitter. This shoe is every gals dream! This shoe appeared last spring in a pump, now Louboutin has brought her to us in a sling-back. I love the height of this shoe; it gives drama to any look. Plus it is party dress approved…just in time for New Years! You can have this FAB pair of pumps for $895 at
Now, I am a faithful “Boot girl”! I love boots…in all shapes, sizes, and suede! So my THIRD place pick is, of course, a cute military-style bootie. The Loubout 100MM is a 4 inch, cotton canvas masterpiece. Its shimmery fabric and silver facets make it fun and flirty for spring. The cotton canvas is a plus also for the weather transition…cotton breathes and the peep-toe will make it easy for you to show off those summer time pedicures! These can be on your feet for $895. OH! Louboutin suggests you go up a half-size when purchasing these…looks like they tend to run a teeny bit small.

A pair of Christian Louboutin’s in your closet is like a cherry on top of a sundae…hints the “red bottom”!


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