Any brides-to-be in the house?
If you have your hand raised, and you don’t baulk at the idea of paying $1,295 for your shoes, I think these would make a beautiful pair of bridal shoes. They’re by Manolo Blahnik, and the crystal detail on the vamp really deserves a closer look:
Beautiful. So beautiful, in fact, that I’d be tempted to go for a knee-length dress, just so I could show them off.
Jealous of the brides getting all the
fun shoes? Don’t worry, these are available in black, too: click here to buy them from Neiman Marcus.
I wish! Very seldom I like Manolos, because they always have very pointed toes. These ones, though, are great!
Drooool! But why the ugly chunky sole?
I wore sandals at my wedding. My dress was so big that no one would have been able to see them anyway. Seems silly to spend so much on shoes you’ll only wear once and if you have a princess dress no one will even notice.
I am the only one seeing a jewelled spider?!
I see a weed overtaking the toe. It’s like a fancy rorschach test, still looking for the swan…
I do! I am a bride to be (eeeep!) and an arachnophobic so these shoes will not be the ones for me..!
Nope. I see it too. . ..
I have no need for them but they are DIVINE.
THOSE ARE THE SHOES THAT WERE USED IN THE BREAKING DAWN MOVIE, THE ONES THAT BELLA GOT MARRIED WITH.
Blatant product placement, Manolo’s marketing team at it’s best. They wrote an entire scene just to show these shoes.