21 August 2006

Problem Solved: Black & Tiffany Blue

Babsie D contributed a solution to Dariaux' problem. While they're all blue (as she readily admits), they'd do so well with the LBD's I know stock Dariaux' wardrobe. They'd do well for dressed, slacks, skirts, and I know from personal experience the sexy-t-strap works perfectly to dress up casual cropped pants (whether gauchos, cropped slacks, or the now ubiquitous short suit). I might just personally snap up a pair when my beloved BCBG black t-straps go to shoe heaven (insert pouty face here).

Dariaux? What do you think?

We must give credit where credit is due. The creepy The Manolo posted this solution to a light-blue-shoe-search in The Express last week. And by creepy, I mean wierd. 1) There's the fake eastern-European accent. I realize it's a spoof, but it's just plain-ol' silly, if you ask me. And 2) Where is this coming from? I can't tell from the main website if it's a shoe-industry thing or some strange person trying to make a quick buck from all the shoe sponsorship. Ugh.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I do like them . . . really I do . . . but something about all blue shoes just doesn't work for me. It would draw one's eye directly to the shoe, rather than subtlely complimenting the outfit. However, they are worth a try, and try I shall.

DC Celine said...

Dariaux - assume that's you - I promise you'll like the all-blue-shoe if you try it. Especially with grey or black slacks...

Anonymous said...

It's me, traveling incognito. I've no issue with the ABS (all blue shoe) with trousers . . . just not with the LBD.

DC Celine said...

Would you do red shoes? I do red patent leather with LBD, and turqouise jewelry. Nice palette, if you ask me.

Dariaux said...

Eh, perhaps. I do love red shoes . . .

Now onto a new question - I know you are a stocking free individual but where might one find good sheer stockings? No color, really, just sheer cover.