Archive for the ‘Stella McCartney Shoes’ Category
Most women opt for flats or low heels when they are pregnant, but not so for Natalie Portman (who took home a Best Actress Award. Yay!) and Jane Krokowski at the 2011 Golden Globes tonight. They wore, respectively, Stella McCartney and Casadei heels. I’m not sure whether to give them kudos for walking the red carpet in these shoes or worry because even though they both positively glow, I’m petrified that they might slip and fall. Let’s do an inform poll. If you were a celebrity, would you wear high heels on the red carpet while pregnant?
Update: After party Azzaro dress change after the jump. She also changed into more pregnancy friendly shoes - flats! (more…)
Stella McCartney’s styles are typically under my radar. I think her target age is a bit younger than I am. Her clothes tend to be too minimalist for me. Remember, I am the one who wants to wear sparkly, lacy things, usually purple, but R5Daughter would make fun of me, so I don’t. Stella’s fall line is VERY work friendly, offering shoes that aren’t extremely high, dresses that are simple but still beautiful, and elegant pants paired with beautiful blouses.
I like how this sheer blouse doesn’t show a dark bra underneath. That look is a little tired.
I just want to touch those pants.
She used sheer fabrics but didn’t make the outfits trampy. This is such a pretty dress.
Now the shoes.
Beautiful kitten heels.
My one concern about this shoe is that the edge of the shoe hits right at the edge of the toe joint. I am wondering if this would make the shoe want to fall off as you walk, although I don’t see any toe clevage on this model. It also looks like a toe blister waiting to happen.
Notice, patent leather, pointy toes, pretty colors. I hope we see alot more of this silhouette.
This was a nice line. There are those who complained that it was boring, but this line offered several anchor investment pieces that could go to work then out to dinner fairly easily.
When it comes to Stella McCartney’s fashions, I am usually indifferent. Her style is usually too minimal for me. I am the annoying old lady who wears too much sparkle and lace, usually in purple. Stella’s line was simple, monochromatic and VERY business friendly. See what she featured.
I like that we don’t see a dark bra under this sheer top. I am a little tired of that look.
This pump seemed to have the highest heel. I think it is only about a 3 1/2 inch heel. Beautiful shoe.
Sling back. Beautiful color.
The only problem I see with this shoe design is the angle comes fairly low on the big toe joint. I could see it wearing a big blister right across my big toe.
Notice the small heel. It took a while, but kitten heels are re-emerging.
Stella greeting the crowd.
One current shoe trend I have yet to embrace and never will are thigh high boots. Appearance-wise, they are best left to those who have super skiny, mile long legs of which this shoe blogger does not possess. But even if I were taller, I’m not sure I would enjoy the lack of breathability in thigh high boots, what I assume would be constrictions in movement, giving up 10 or so minutes of my day to put the shoes on/off, or the minor flash of thigh as exhibited by Blake Lively who is wearing Stella McCartney’s perforated thigh high boots.
So I’m curious, if you could rock this shoe trend, would you wear thigh highs?
Stella McCartney’s thigh high boots;Previously available at NetAPorter for $1100 but are now sold out.
Anna Paquin walked the 2010 Golden Globe Awards in head to toe Stella McCartney. Love the Stella McCartney dress. Love the Stella McCartney shoes. Hated that they were worn together. I can imagine Stacy London from What Not to Wear shaking her head and telling Anna that she should only have one standout piece. In Anna’s case, I would have preferred if she had gone with an champagne colored shoe. The dress and her hunky co-star fiance who is holding the umbrella is all the eye candy that she needs.
Do you think the shoes were wrong for the outfit?
Stella McCartney Fishscale Double Platforms; $1075 at NetAPorter