Post # 1
I am looking for the shoes below to wear with my wedding dress. I have found numerous imitation Loubouton sites but all seem to not be legitimate, and I don’t want to have the stress of cancelling my credit card while planning a wedding!
Has anyone had luck finding/ordering a knockoff version of these shoes? If so PLEASE tell me where!
Thank you 🙂
Post # 3
I’m in love with those! I have seen them but don’t remember where! I’ll check back in if I find them!!
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Post # 5
Here’s a a pair that are somewhat similar, hope it helps!
Post # 6
Found: at Zappos
* RSVP – primrose
* Dashaa – Sequins
* Romantic Soles – Palisades
Post # 7
The Purse Forum has a thread about people DIYing shoes like this and the ones with crystals, if you can’t find knockoffs.
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Post # 9
The last place mentioned isn’t bad for Louboutins.
Post # 10
Thanks for the suggestions!
Our colors are black and white with accents of red, so I was thinking it would be really awesome if I could have my red be on the bottom of my shoes. I found a pair on a website called laybelle.com so I am going to look into the security of it a little more. Please suggest other places if you have had success buying imitation Louboutins or if you can find something with a red sole elsewhere!
Ps… those Kate Spade ones are great too. Good find.
Post # 11
Have you seen the Enzo Angiolini “Merryann” pumps (at Nordstrom.com)? They don’t have the strappy back on them, but my friend just wore them to a wedding and they are soooo freaking gorgeous that I almost wanted to return MY Louboutins for them. Yes, I have real Louboutins, red sole and all… and I wanted to toss them aside in favor of $80 shoes.. 😉
Post # 12
Oh, and I was just going to say, there are some shoe places that will re-sole the bottom of your shoe in a different color, so you might just check around to see if there’s anywhere in your area that will put a red bottom on your shoes.
Post # 13
I am in the EXACT same position! I fell in love with the red glitter Louboutin’s but there is absolutely NO way I can afford the real price tag. I have been looking into buying knockoffs as well but am worried about getting ripped off and/or just getting a pair of shoes covered in glue and sprinkled with cheap glitter.
Any suggestions for how to get something close? And yes, I’ve looked for things that are similar but its been hard finding something that doesn’t cross the line into gaudy.
Post # 14
They’re out of silver online, however, Bakers sells this shoe
in their stores in silver. If you have one near you, I’d check them out. The glitter is not as big as on the Loubies, but they’re similar. Also have you tried finding the Loubs on ebay? If you find a pair, the girls at the purse forum will authenticate them for you. Good luck!
Post # 15
Solution: Stewart Weizman carries the identical shoe for a third of the price $350. Jimmy Choo sales the shoe (price unknown) or you can go to echristianloubtin.com and get the shoe for $180.00. This is where I plan to go I hope they don’t run out before I commit. Good Luck
Post # 16
Buying knockoffs supports those who disregard copyrights and the rights of artists, and a host of other bad things. And you’d be spending $200 on fakes, when for $200 you can get the real thing anyway. The fakes are misshapen, and anyone in the know can tell that you are wearing fakes a mile away. I would be too embarrassed to take that chance.
Why don’t you buy a real non-glitter pair of Louboutins in your size, for example these http://www.bonanzle.com/booths/poshbride/items/CHRISTIAN_LOUBOUTIN_SILVER_LEATHER_ERNESTA_size_38___tpf , and glitter them yourself.
Here is the link to how other people have glittered theirs themselves and gotten the same result. The trick is to mix fine and larger glitter: http://forum.purseblog.com/christian-louboutin-shoes/the-louboutinistas-do-yourself-thread-ask-share-diy-445803-220.html#post15524510