Thursday, November 15, 2012

Christian Louboutin in Paris

As many of you already know, I recently took a trip to London and Paris.  It was an amazing experience strolling the streets with no itinerary or schedule.  The art museums were on the top of my list of things to do and they did not disappoint - I'll tell you more about those in a future post - but the shopping...oh, the shopping...was divine!

One of the true highlights of my trip was visiting the flagship Christian Louboutin store in Paris.  From the second I saw the doorbell, I was hooked. (It doesn't take much for me to be hooked when it comes to Christian Louboutin.)  If you ever go there, be ready to wait in line as the store has a limit on how many people can be inside at one time.  It truly makes for a great experience because it's never crowded.  

The engraved doorbell at the main entry.
Walking in, I had it in my mind that I was going to look, try on a few of these infamous shoes, then walk out with the experience and fond memories to take home with me.  However, once I slipped on my first pair and walked - no, strutted - around that red carpeted room, I knew I wasn't leaving without a pair of my very own.

Want to know what pair I ended up with?  Well scroll below and check out all of the pairs I tried out and which one I ended up taking back with me to the States!

Donue Veau Velours - I loved the color and the sexy cutout on these booties.

Equestria - The name suits. However, when I put these on, I felt more vixen than jockey!

 Diplonana - Couldn't get enough of the jewelry-like leather detail on these.

Daf Booty Tag Python - These made me feel like a true rocker chick...Definitely would need to don my leather pants with these!

Very Riche Strauss - This princess just found her long, lost glass slipper! My heart skipped a beat when I slipped these on...Sparkle and shine worthy of any Cinderella.

Daffodile Veau Velours - What can I say? Totally Kardashian worthy...I had to!

And the winner is....

Col Zippe - Those of you who know me are nodding your heads and saying "Yep. Those are so her." edgy, yet still classy...

So, blog reader, which pair best suits your personality?


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