Archive for the ‘Gucci Shoes’ Category
posted by: freePOrnaoa in Gucci Shoes
Faux or real, colored or au naturel, the stuff is flying everywhere, just like it did last fall. Annual redux much, fashion?
But that doesn’t mean you should wear it everywhere. Some of it is downright out of control. But Gucci, while overly flamboyant in some of its Fall 2011 saturated, jewel-tone fur colors, also produced this bella elegante shoe for this fall. Can you go wrong in a simple, soft grey? Seldom.
How have you been wearing faux or real fur for the past year? Will you wear it again this fall?
That’s right. Milan’s bringing us the goods Kreayshawn is too cool to sport. Not the Louis Louis part, but we’ve got the Gucci Gucci, the Fendi Fendi, and the Prada, and I like them in basically that order.
So I’m going to do the same.
Retro and glam, sure, but kind of ho-hum.
Love the architectural heel and the funky mix of materials, but there’s something very Banana Republic about this to me, and while I love me some Banana for wardrobe basics, it’s not really what I want to see from the runways.
But then we get to Prada. Oh, Prada, how delightfully quirky are your shoes. Always. Prada shoes can reliably be counted on to BRING IT, and this collection is no exception. It’s like a time travel trip via pink Cadillac to the coolest, sleekest 1950s diner there ever was. Hot rods and high fashion: the combination I never knew I wanted. And so I’m going to stop yammering and finish this post out with the Prada goodies. Kreayshawn, I don’t think this is footwear for basic bitches… just sayin’.
I love Gucci for a number of reasons, not in the least because the label knows how to be innovative and classic at the same time. It is one of the few labels where you can find risks that really work, and still manage to be wearable. What I’m specifically referring to in this instance is Gucci’s Sofia Ray Python & Suede Ankle Boots ($1,695 at Saks), which seems to me to be the height of wearable haute couture.
Let me first call attention to the color. In a genre where everything seems to be about red, grey, bone, and basic black, we have military green – and it’s no coincidence, I am sure, that the military trend is still going strong this winter. If you’re looking to try the trend and want a signature piece, these would definitely be a worth purchase.
Like the name implies, the boots are made of python and suede, (more…)
I expect certain things from Gucci. I mean, I am just used to certain styles from them, and that’s not a bad thing at all. I’m just saying that the Gucci brand brings to mind certain ideas of what shoes you’re going to see – and I definitely never expected to see the Trek Boot ($795 at Neiman Marcus). Not that I’m disappointed, though, not by any means! In fact, I think these are some of the coolest boots I have ever seen. They are, in fact, in line with the absolutely fabulous Lola Boots I spied a little while ago – also from the renowned label, leading me to believe that Gucci is taking its winter style in a brand new direction.
For one thing, these are flat boots, and typically the designer label is all about heels. That’s cool, of course, because heels are marvelous, (more…)
I don’t know if you all have noticed this yet, but I kind of have a boot fetish. I have a really big boot fetish, and so I got more excited than I really should have when I stumbled over these Gucci Lola Boots ($990 at Saks). At first I thought the folks over at Saks had gotten a little creative – or high – with the circa 1987 slouch socks or something, and then I realized that the gorgeous, knitted wool pull-up there comes with the boot! Squee!
I love that! It is so inventive! Add into that the too good to be true silhouette of the boot itself, and I could literally just die. These are gorgeous. I can safely say I’ve never seen anything like them before and I very much want them to be mine. (more…)