Our Day is a good day when it becomes apparent to the world how important ‘fashion’ is. So yesterday we actually had a good one; thanks to the choice of footwear by the first lady of the USA. #shoegate
FLOTUS was wearing black patent reptile leather high heels by (supposedly) Manolo Blahnik. Nothing wrong with that, she always wears them, we hear you say. Well everything is wrong with that very poor desicion because she and her husband were visiting Corpus Christi in Texas, nearby the catastrophic situation caused by hurricane Harvey.
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The president and Mrs. Trump arriving in Corpus Christi, Tex., on Tuesday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times
Detail of Melania Trump’s Adidas shoes, left, and Donald Trump’s Nikes. REX Shutterstock
The pumps caused a frenzy on the internet, in fact her entire outfit became a thing of importance. The fact that she changed into another outfit in the plane didn’t came unnoticed either. You would think it is a futile thing to talk about her shoes during this disaster but it’s not. It is safe to assume that her clothes are picked out meticulously by a team of stylists, after all Melania Trump communicates more through appearance rather than speech. For a trip to a disaster area ‘they’ chose to communicate being cute before being concerned (or anything else, like being helpful for instance.) Ms Trump’s look was so out there, that it stole the news from the devastation hurricane Harvey left behind. Continue reading →
Fashion PimPamPet a game by Dutch Elle Magazine. Fashion Tourette: name a shoe label starting with a T………….Taft!! This game only takes 15 minutes, very do-able.
We think this is a fabulous idea ! Should be easy for the fashion minded…….matching up the top and bottom. The photography is by Barbara Iweins, a Flemish photographer who lives in Brussels and Amsterdam. Published by BisPublishers they also carry fake for real- and typeface memory