(Closed) Hey There, Ms. Louboutin!

posted 11 years ago in Shoes
Post # 108
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

All I can say is that I have general appreciation towards CLs. I don’t normally wear such high heels, but I LOVE looking at them. they’re so beautiful. I may however, save up after the wedding and just get a pair to finally feel and wear such delicacies.

@Joctradamus: GET THE SHOES! LOL. one day I too will feel Louboutin on my feet! ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 109
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

if you want em’, get em’. i drooled over the CL Love Flats for MONTHS, before i found some badgley mischka’s that i liked a teensy bit more (the fidel)! who cares if you don’t have the money? america was founded on dreams, and one can save! ๐Ÿ™‚ go for it! ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 110
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@anglang25: I LOVE THE FIDEL!  So pretty! 

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@Joctradamus:  I think those ones are custom.  CL does custom orders for brides and will do blue bottoms.  They’re my dream shoe because I know I could NEVER afford to have him make me a pair of shoes personally! haha

Post # 112
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Joctradamus: DOOOO ITTTT!!  And take lots of pictures to show us!!

Post # 113
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Joctradamus: yes, lots of pictures. my feet are tingling just thinking about putting my feet in a pair of CL. yes, a little weird sounding but when you love shoes, you just love shoes! everyone has their guilty pleasure!

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@tntrav44: i fell in LOVE with them when i saw them. less money than my original pick, but equally pretty. not original in weddings by any means, i’ve known a few brides who picked them, but i love them, and the vine matches the hand beading on my dress! i’m UBER excited.

Post # 114
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Post # 115
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I love this thread! i absolutely adore CL’s, and most other heels for that matter! It boggles my mind how someone cannot see the beauty in them, but to each his own. If i could own a pair, by golly i would! One of life’s many great feelings is strutting your stuff and looking down to see a gorgeous pair of sexy heels on your feet! I have had three knee surgeries in the last year and a half, so I cannot wear them very often or for very long, but please believe I will be rocking some sexy heels on my wedding day for sure! CL power!

Post # 116
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@miranda21: I had knee surgery in March, and I am chomping at the bit to wear some heels!!! I can’t imagine 3 knee surgeries in 18 months ๐Ÿ™ 

Post # 118
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I get the point of your OP but seriously, it’s like saying “I’m not trying to be rude, but…” and then saying something rude. It doesn’t matter if you didn’t MEAN for it to be rude, it’s still rude to insinuate that a girl who does have Louboutin’s (for whatever reason!) is somehow NOT a divalicious bride or that they should just own a pair anyway.

I get you’re trying to just say, hey, these are worth it to me and this is a perfect time for me to get them, but not everyone is going to agree and saying something condescending like “you should own a pair in general” is going to come off rude.

As for me, Louboutins are both too expensive and too high for me to wear comfortably, so I’m getting a pair of Stuart Weitzmans.

Post # 120
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@Joctradamus: Because your tone is rude and obnoxious, particularly on your other thread where you asked why people are calling you a troll. So yeah, people are going to take it that way. If so many people are ‘misinterpreting’ you, that probably means you need to adjust the way you’re speaking so that people will actually consider your opinion. I am all for giving someone a reality check if necessary.

When meeting someone in real life, would you immediately take over the conversation, start an argument with them, call them ‘extra emo’, and go on ‘assertively’ (aka obnoxiously) about how you just have ‘swag’, and bash everyone else’s thoughts but say that you only accept opinions from others if they are positive? Oh, and then throw in some annoying slang and stupid internet phrases, such as dramaz, referring to everyone as girlll (which is qutie ironic since you get annoyed when they call you dear), etc. Yeah, pretty sure you won’t make friends in the real world that way, and the internet world is the same.

I usually stick to the knot because i am fairly sarcastic and the girls over there are a little more similar to me in that way, but even there you don’t just jump into a thread the way you did, as a brand new poster, and say the kinds of things you have been. It’s way over-the-top. And maybe that’s just your personality, but you need to be careful of how you’re coming across, because no one wants to listen to the opinion of someone who states it the way you do.

Post # 121
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Joctradamus: Def check it out, its netaporter’s sister site. And once a year on thier bday they do a sale. Like 1st Bday =$1, 2nd Bday = $2. Except the first year their site crashed due to the popularity. This past year they selected 2k people to have the oppurtunity to buy one thing at $2. I really wanted louboutins, but everything was selling out so fast I just grabbed a Molinari dress. Still a steal considering its suggested retail was $5k. Though shoes would have been a greater “investment” since I could have worn them more than a cocktail dress.

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