If you are one of our avid readers, you know by now that I have quite a little crush on Christian Louboutin clutches. It’s simple, I’ve always felt like the clutches might seem simple, but the amount of elegance put into each is more than breathtaking. Today, I came across the Christian Louboutin Sylvia Drapey Hobo and I have to say, I don’t think I am a huge fan.
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Handbags and shoes, what a wonderful combination. And I have to say, Mr. Louboutin tends to make me a happy camper when it comes to both categories. I’ve always dreamed of owning a pair of his shoes. In fact, I usually stop and admire his shoes any time I get a chance. And his clutches, I do still find myself drooling over the Christian Louboutin Cancan Satin Clutch.
I fell in love with the Christian Louboutin Cancan Satin Clutch the moment I laid eyes on it. In fact, I am pretty sure that is the first time I was introduced to Christian Louboutin handbags. I’ve been a fan of his shoes for years now, but his handbags were starting win my approval as well. That is until I saw the Christian Louboutin Maykimay Strass Clutch.
It is Halloween. I wasn’t really setting out to write about any Halloween inspired handbags today, but with all the Halloween talk, I just couldn’t help myself. At the company I used to work at Halloween was a big deal. People would decorate their doors, kids would wander the halls on a specified day for some trick or treating and some would dress up and there would even be a employee made haunted house.
Since today is Project Runway re-cap day, I figured I would write about a bag that sort of reminded me of what the judges of the show might say. I am always interested to hear the comments that come out of the judges mouths. I know they have backgrounds in design and fashion, but for as many smart, well educated comments and critiques made, there are just as many that simply make me laugh.
So, I have a confession to make, I love karaoke. This past weekend while hanging out with some friends, the restaurant we were at turned into a karaoke bar and I have to say, it was a lovely surprise. Now, I don’t think I have the greatest of voices, but two of my best friends at my side, we decided to sing Lady Marmalade and we rocked it (at least in my opinion).
Amanda got me thinking about the Christian Louboutin Layered Leather Hobo. I already ran into this bag and was feeling a bit stumped. It reminded me of my childhood, in the form of a Rollie-Pollie, which is known to some adults (I say some because I still call them Rollie-Pollies) as Pill Bugs or Sow Bugs. This is one of my favorite bugs, the act of rolling up when feeling threatened is entirely intriguing.
I’m very comfortable in my belief that Christian Louboutin is the best all-around shoe designer on the face of the planet right now. From a large stable of perfect basics to season after season of jaw-dropping art-in-shoe-form, Louboutin does almost everything that he does very well.
Except for handbags.
For some reason, Mr. Louboutin can’t translate his amazing talent into purses.
I’ve got a dirty little secret: I can’t wear high heels. With a twice-dislocated knee (the last dislocation of which I’m still in a brace for) and a ten-times-dislocated (and once broken) ankle, I’m an orthopedist’s nightmare, even in sensible shoes. I can blow joints out by merely existing, let alone teetering around in glorified stilts. I’ve had joint injuries with a frequency and severity that most professional athletes never encounter.
I’m just not an outside girl. Amanda loves her air-conditioning, refrigerator and pajamas. I’ve never been camping, skiing, or a big fan of going to the lake (I do love the beach, though, but that’s neither here nor there). Sweating makes my hair frizz and my makeup travel around my face. So, on outdoor-centric holidays such as this past July 4th, yours truly was not exactly out there flippin’ burgers on the grill.