I don’t expect this was quite the thing you had in mind when you read the words “flower pumps” in the headline, was it? (Although the name “Alexander McQueen might’ve been a bit of a giveaway…)
Despite being covered from heel to toe in a floral motif, these shoes manage to look anything but “girlie” or twee: in fact, as you’d expect from the McQueen brand, the overall effect is rather edgy and futuristic. The cracked leather is topped with leaf emblems and studds, and finished off with an almost 6″ heel.
The sticking point here is, of course, the price: at £850, these aren’t exactly what you’d call “bargain basement” shoes. If you want to simply call them YOUR shoes, however, you can click here to do it.
Oh, I’m crazy about them!!! (then again, I even love the bronze butterfly wedges by McQ)
Wow, I am totally digging these. I wasn’t a fan of the Alexander McQueens you showed the other day but these are great!
I love them, I think they are fab.
Reminded me of a pair of flower sandals I had when I was a teenager – also expensive, but not that much! I loved the sandals at the time, as I loved these ones now!
These are perfect! If I´d ever buy a pair of flower shoes, it would be this one. (trying to forget about the price)
I love them they are a work of art for sure
These are perfection.
I like these but I think they’d be much nicer without the t-bar and strap. I think it’s just extra fuss added on and there’s no need for it. I really like the studded detail on the platform and the leaves are fab the way they curl around. They are fab shoes and if I had the money I’d get them but bring them to the cobbler to remove the straps 🙂
I love them, but think they’d be perfect without the t-bar and strap, like Shoezanne says… Remove those bits, and we’d have a pair of dream shoes, for sure!
Thank you, but no. They look really old and tired out.
The heel is a disappointment – would have preferred something more in keeping with what we can see in this picture.