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  • Sparky

    Sorry, but I don’t find crushed toes in shoes sexy (So Kate).
    Shoes don’t make you sexy. Its how you carry yourself.

  • Gigi

    Ouch! I feel much sexier in shoes with a platform or a chunky heel as I am able to walk normally and carry myself comfortably and confidently for hours on end.

  • guest

    Awesome, this was a very cool feature.

  • Tang

    The heels look really painful. The desire to own them is nada.

  • Pattye

    Oh i would love them! But being (a young) 70 yrs. old, i would like a smaller heel. So Kate 120mm beautiful!

  • Yazi

    They are all likely to break the wearer’s ankle?

  • Passerine

    The feet in photo 4 look freakish, not sexy. If I had to wear any of them (and thankfully I don’t) it would be the Pigalle Follies in 55 mm. It’s a heel height you can walk in. Followed by the Pigalle pump in 85, but only on rare occasions. A heel higher than that worn for more than a few minutes is both uncomfortable and unhealthy.

  • Lolacola

    This feature came at the perfect time, I’m buying my first pair of louboutins and couldn’t decide between the pigalle or pigalle follies, I also considered the décolleté but they do not look as alluring.

    • Katherine Callaghan

      That’s so exciting! Hope this guide can help!

    • LatinaVaquerita

      I have two pairs of the Decollete, one in smooth black leather in 85mm, easy to walk in, and the 100 mm leopard patent, and they are super sexy because the heel is so slim. They make the ankle and foot look so beautiful. I like the more modern shape, more rocker sexy. Try them on :-) So pretty.

  • FashionableLena

    The toe box on Louboutin pumps is too small. Also, if I’m not mistaken, the creator stated that he makes these shoes to look pretty/sexy not for comfort.
    Louboutin no doubt makes beautiful shoes, but life is too short to walk around in pain. When your feet hurt, that’s all you can think about is how much your feet hurt.

  • Maya

    The So Kate are IT!!….Torture IT that is!…but they look soooo good!!!

  • HelloHappylife

    There is no denying that the shoes are beautiful to look at,but to me that’s where it ends. I feel like the style isn’t worth the long term damage that it will cause to your feet. The human foot isn’t meant to stand at a high angle & defiantly not suppose to bare all of the body weight that wearing heels causes. Even if I am young,only 23 I just can’t bring my self to wear them based on those facts.

  • Sara B

    A looot of boring “moms” in the commentary section I see :-) The shoes are pieces of art! There are two types of women. The ones that would prefer to walk around in pyjamas and unwashed hair, and the ones that take pride in their Beauty, in making an effort and feeling more empowered as a result. Beauty is Power! Learn to use it to your advantage, Ladies. Put a pair of Louboutins on for a night out, and notice de difference :-)

    • Kelly

      Boring, huh? LOL…You can’t truly believe that! CL’s are the number one shoe sold on consignment because they HURT! They are truly pieces of art, but they hurt like hell!

      • Tammie Reed

        Agreed! I had the So Kates walked out my door and my feet started to hurt so bad! I didnt even make it to my car! Sold them in a week, didnt care if I took a huge loss either! They hurt like hell!

    • lovebeigeandblack

      Don’t be a fool. Beauty is not power if you have to endure pain and possibly long-term damage for it. Real power is when you are considered attractive without having to physically torture yourself. Men do not subject themselves to this nonsense.

  • Loubspassion

    I own all 03 styles described here and have absolutely no problem walking in them from 100 to 120 mm. These shoes are truly a work of art and the shape makes them look really sexy. For me, they are by far the best. I think one must try a pair on and see the difference before committing not to buy. Plus they are painful when new as every shoe, then become wearble after a while. Ladies, please tey them on in all heel heights you can manage and you will see :)

  • Dwightinha

    I walk pridely in pain in my Pigalles and Simple pumps! Life is too short not to wear pretty shoes.

  • kelly

    Sexy huh? Oh, Kate do tell about the lady in Union Station who fell and busted her azz. It was too damn funny, but I will admit the shoes were beautiful.

  • Lux Designer Shoes

    Great post! If you are interested, check out more information based on Artificial Intelligence data – How many hours can you wear Chrisitan Louboutin pumps, sandals, flats? How to select the correct size? And how to protect the red sole?

  • James Worley

    It’s worth noting that although the So Kate doesn’t *technically* come in any height but 120mm, you *can* get the So Kate’s silhouette in other heights by getting the Anjalina, which comes in flats, 85mm, 100mm, and 120mm. When the brand first released the Anjalina a couple years back, the press/web copy for the style read “Accented with . . . mini spikes, she makes a thrilling new style out of the . . . ‘So Kate’ last.” So, if you don’t mind spikes, you can indeed get the So Kate look in heights other than 120mm.

  • Sandy

    I must add that Christian Louboutin makes some very beautiful flats and reasonably heeled shoes, something for everyone. I agree with many that the 4 inch plus heels with the high pitch are beautiful but painful and the sole is pretty but slippery. I found this out after my first pair and now purchase the more moderate styles, just as beautiful and pain free!

  • Nice to see a shoe post. Please consider featuring some other wearable brands like Valentino, Giuseppe and Charlotte Olympia.

  • Maya

    Aesthetically absolutely gorgeous…in my view what a pump should look like but my feet hurt just looking at them…especially in the last picture:) I admire women who can do 10 cm and over heels every day…I really do!!

  • LatinaVaquerita

    Curious about the Pigalle Follies, how is the toe box for wider feet? My Decollete’s were very, very narrow, hoping someone who has worn the Decollete could comment on how the Follies compare in the toe box. Thank you!

    • Nora Herman

      They would be difficult with wide feet. The Décolleté has a generous toe box, where the Pigalle & SoKate are very small, similar to the Rolando.