Saturday, September 4, 2010

They are not just shoes, the stories behind them make them special

"I am a firm believer in destiny and from the moment I saw these shoes I knew they were meant to be mine". 

Most people will tell you that their love for shoes is a life long trait that develops when they first try mom's heels by the age of 4... and I agree. I also remember falling a couple of times running to meet my mom at the door with the click clacking of her own heels, then six times bigger than my feet. But that was just love, the obsession came in later; and as far as I can remember this obsession became part of me on a Sunday afternoon halfway through a bowl of ice cream the Sex and the City series.
As soon as I saw those pink Louboutin sandals I just knew. I looked and looked everywhere with no luck; of course I should have know I was not going to find a pair of shoes from the 90's. 

Finally I realized my wishful thinking and started buying other styles and colors until one day in one of my many "carrie bradshaw pink louboutin sandals" google search I found the Mount Street petal sandals.

So similar and yet much more me. The search was over and I felt the relieve. So I called and called and called numerous places and nobody had these shoes all I would get was "these were last season" answers.
By this second heartbreak I'll admit I forgot about them and that brings me to my quote

"I am a firm believer in destiny and from the moment I saw these shoes I knew they were meant to be mine". 

One day window shopping around Neiman Marcus on the sales rack, a little dusty, the petals crumpled   together and half a size smaller were my perfect shoes. I even had no money at the time to splurge but how could I say no? so I said yes!


  1. I do like your post and it is faI do like your post and it is fashionable

  2. You need do post more often, it is not fair to your followers that you haven't posted in almost a month.

  3. elles sont magnifiques ces chaussures, et j'aime beaucoup la robe.
    Très jolies photos

  4. I know,I have been such a bad blogger :(

  5. where do you get the money from? what do you get from posting these pictures when in reality lots of the regular gals can not purchase them unless they are fake or are in mom & daddy house....and they paid bills for you???

  6. j'adore les clichés
    magnifique !!!!!!!!!

  7. with all respect to the anonymous comment.

    I get all the money from my hard work. I don't live at mom and daddy's house. Actually my mom gets paid $ 7 dollars an hour and I haven't seen my dad in over 11 years!
    I currently work 2 jobs and go to school full time to be able to afford the things I love.
    I post the pictures for those who enjoy fashion as much as I do and know the joy one gets from acquiring special meaningful pieces.
    You are visiting a fashion blog, if you really loved it the way I do you would understand.

  8. thx sharing,i do agree with your point about fashion


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