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  1. Forgot to identify. Daffodile, Bianca, Interlopas, Daffodile.
  2. Christian Louboutin sued Yves St. Laurent over YSL selling red soled shoes. I haven't read the entire decision, but the judge ruled that YSL could only sell red soled shoes if the entire shoe was red.
  3. Classic Black Christian Louboutin Daffodiles and colourful pants.
  4. Fortunately for me, DH wants me in heels, so he is always giving me gifts of heels. And I'm not complaining!
  5. I think highheelgirl has us both beat. She regularly wears 6" heels without a platform.
  6. I have a pair of Alti black spikes, and they are the highest pair of heels I have. The arch is almost 5", which makes them more difficult than the Daffodiles I normally wear.
  7. If you're not familar with the process a person takes different types of crystals and glue them on their shoes, giving the same effect as my avatar. Christian Louboutin charges $6395 for a pair of Daffodiles, where a person can do it themselves, or send the shoes away to someone who does this. This is an example of the finished product. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOOZ3hiGlN0 This is from www.redomyshoes.com. I'm not associated with him, I just think he does great work. I'm thinking of sending one of my Daffodile pairs to him to be stressed. Price is around $2500.
  8. I'm in awe of you guys that are pushing the boundaries. I don't know if I would have the courage to go out in public and challenge the status quo. And I love those boots.
  9. For all the reasons Shafted likes them, they're the reasons that I don't like them. I prefer symmetry, each piece flowing into the next. The Charlotte Olympias to me look like a platform glued on almost as an after thought. I think it's great to heard everyone's else's opinion. Especially because there isn't a right opinion on the shoe, it's how each individual views them. I think the perfect platform/heel combination are the YSL tribute series. The hidden platform isn't as noticeable as the Daffodiles, and the arch is the same.
  10. My first pair of open heeled heels gave me the same problem. I was so conscious of my heels slipping a bit, it threw off my confidence for a bit.
  11. I found that shortening my stride a bit, and making sure your posture is good so that your feet are hitting the ground level, will make it easier. Outside of an all out sprint, I'm confident in my heels.
  12. Keep watch at net-a-porter.com, barneys, neiman marcus sites as you might pick up a pair on sale. I managed to find 2 pairs on sale after Xmas in Las Vegas. And if you find a pair you want, buy them immediately as Christian Louboutin seems to change models all the time, and a model can get sold out quickly and not come back. The Daffodiles are an extremely popular model over the last two years, and they have limited run Daffodiles all the time. I think my Daffodile count is up to 11, between boots & shoes.
  13. I think the big platform tall heels shoe will go out of fashion sometime, but I agree a pair of Biancas or Pigalles would be a safer bet. A pair in black will never go out of style. I don't have a pair of Pigalles, but my pair of 140mm Biancas are very comfortable and an all day on my feet shoe. If she loves the Daffodiles, you can get the Lady Daffodile which has a Mary Jane strap, the Daffys which have the thicker heel. Then there's an open toe version of all three. All my Daffodiles are very comfortable, and as long as your wife is used to wearing 4" heels without a platform, she should have no problem with the Daffodiles. As I said before, black patent or leather are the safest colours, but maybe a pair in pink or blue to celebrate the birth of your child might be a nice surprise. Either way I think she will be pleased.
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