Now, I love Roger Vivier shoes. Love ’em. They’re designed by Bruno Frisoni and, well, I love Bruno Frisoni.
With that disclaimer out of the way, I hope Bruno will forgive me if I admit to a certain lack of love for these pinks sandals. That’s not two different shoes you see there, you see. No, that’s the pair. The fact that each shoe has different stuff stuck to it makes me uncomfortable. I don’t really know why. I think they would make me feel unbalanced (literally, I mean. Not mentally. I more or less always feel mentally unbalanced.). Plus the fact that they’re pink shoes with giant red and black hearts stuck to them, of course. And the fact that they’re £824. What do you think?
Roger Vivier pink satin sandals, £824, Colette
I think that any of the other pink sandals under the “you might also like” tab are far, far preferable to these. Seriously.
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Ewww. I like symmetry so these shoes would drive me insane with their non-matchingness. I love pink but I don’t like them…even if they did match.
These remind me with Alice in Wonderland…. Off with his head?
I really like the idea of asymmetry, but I don’t think that it’s applied very well in these shoes.
They look so fancy. They are good for red carpet but in everyday life where could you wear them???
Well, given the price, I somehow don’t think “everyday life” is what these were really meant for! They’re for the type of big gitzy events that only rich people attend, presumably!
I LOVE these shoes! I get on The Fashion Police everyday, and when I saw these shoes I just had to tell you how much I loved them!
hmm. I think I’m with you here…my first reaction was “what?” And that’s not the reaction you want, really. More like: “nice” or “wow” or “hmm” But don’t make me say “what?” There’s just something … off … about them.