If you don’t own a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes, have you thought about what you would do to get a pair of his shoes.

I know people who have carried fake bags and probably had other not by the original designer items in their wardrobe, but when it came to Christian Louboutin Shoes, only the REAL thing would do.  This may be because the fake Christian Louboutins also cost a bunch.

I actually thought about writing a post about  fake Louboutins (then we got  a guest post from FootCandy on the four ways to tell if your shoes are real Louboutins) and decided against it.

This post is about how to get a red sole if you can’t afford to buy Christian Louboutins.  The difference here is that you are performing the sincerest form of flattery – IMITATION.

Buy yourself a can of red cherry spray paint and tape your shoes to keep the paint off the rest of the shoe – AND SPRAY YOURSELF HAPPY!   Be sure NOT TO PAINT THE PART YOU WALK ON (if you spray that part you will stick to the ground while you walk).  Just paint the arch and if you are really adventurous, paint the front of the heel.

I hear that some people buy red shoe polish and polish the arch (I wonder how many bottles of polish are needed for two shoes).  Again – don’t polish the part you walk on.

You DO NEED TO KNOW that Christian Louboutin Connoisseurs will KNOW that you are not wearing Christian Louboutins. But there is nothing that looks as good as that red sole when you are walking away!

SO, keep saving for your first real pair of Christian Louboutins.  One of the best things about Christian Louboutin is his line of classic’s – they don’t go out of style.

AND, if you decide to go this route – enjoy your time in the spot light and be sure to get heel shields to protect your imitation’s while you drive.

Well, have you heard of Shoes of Prey?  If you LOVE shoes and haven’t heard of them, then you may want to look them up.  Shoes of Prey is an Australian Company that allows you to design your own shoes.

Yes, they give you a place to start, but you get to decide on all the important parts, the heel height, the leather, and other stuff to get your Perfect for the Event Shoe.

So, today, when I was going through my email and saw the message from Shoes of Prey regarding their new Work Shoe Line – I was excited.  And I have to admit, I love this shoe. Shoes of Prey Work Shoes in Taupe Suede with Snake Skin Heel

It looks comfortable, and is very stylish.  The price point is also good – in the B Brian Atwood ball park ($300).

Mary Jane’s are my weakness and they also have an oh-so-cute Mary Jane in this Work Line.  Shoes of Prey Work Shoe Line   Black Mary Jane with Leopard Print Heel 299

To me this is a really good addition to the Shoes of Prey line.  If you are like me and really love the Taupe Suede Shoe, be sure to use your heel shield every time you drive – remember suede can’t take a lot of rubbing.

Jeffrey Campbell–HOT DESIGNER?

February 27, 2013

A guest post by Shoe Designer Marcy Lynn Cail My theory on why  Jeffrey Campbell blew up over the last few years. Jeffrey Campbell has been around a lot longer than most people know. However the name really took off over the last few years and I have a theory on why. The fashion world […]

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Five Reasons why High Heels are a Good Investment

February 20, 2013

A Guest Post by FootCandy Lets face it ladies, most of us have a love/hate relationship with high heel shoes. While some are hesitant to wear high heels because they feel they cannot walk in them, others are worried about the pain that certain designs bring. The trick is to find a designer that fits […]

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“He Ruined my Louboutins!”

February 7, 2013

That is the title for a you tube video where a young woman complains that a cobbler ruined her NEVER WORN Louboutins.   I guess she was worried that the beauty of the shoe would be ruined by wearing them.  LOL!  You can’t even see the bottom of the shoe while walking.  What you see is […]

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6 Must Have Shoes for Valentine’s Day

January 21, 2013

A Guest Post by FootCandy The day of love is almost upon us and our significant others sometimes need a little push in the right direction when it comes to giving the ideal gift this holiday. Chances are, your partner is going with the traditional candies and flowers. However this Valentine’s Day, suggest to your […]

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Shoes are not like Groceries

November 12, 2012

Do you sometimes feel at the Grocery Store that some of the sale items are being featured with the hope that they will sell before they stink up the store.  Well, I just got an email from Neiman Marcus about the 7 shoes I needed for a well-rounded wardrobe.  Mind you I get lots of […]

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The ‘SCARIEST’ Shoes Ever–In Honor of Halloween

November 1, 2012

There are the ballerina point shoes with a heel that seem really funky.  And, there are the shoes where the heel is made to look like gum is stuck to the shoe or a lipstick tube.  There are also shoes that don’t even look like shoes or boots.  And, we even had a post about […]

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Halloween Candy for Your Feet. Here’s Our 5 Seasonal Shoe Picks

October 30, 2012

This article written by FootCandy With the pumpkins carved and the spider webs hung, Halloween has official arrived. By now, most are scrambling to put together a costume or planning to attend a fabulous Halloween party. Since Halloween calls for frightening and creative costumes, many of them will call for unique footwear. Shoes generally make […]

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Brian Atwood has created an ‘affordable’ Line

October 29, 2012

Brian Atwood has created an affordable line of shoes – dubbed the ‘B’ Line.  I think this is really cool idea.  Brian Atwood is one of my favorite shoe designers and to have a high quality premier designer create a shoe at an affordable price is REALLY COOL! Bergdorf Goodman carries the “B” line .  […]

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