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FN  Back to Article 10 Sparkly New Year’s Eve Shoes by Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of Neiman Marcus. Courtesy of Neiman Marcus. Courtesy of brand. Courtesy of brand. Related Galleries Jimmy Choo's Spring '18 Men's Manolo Blahnik Teases Third The Top Shoes From Pitti Uomo Rihanna Showcases 'Wild' Why 'Basketball Wives' Star Christian Louboutin Stages a 1 of 11 || Pause Jimmy Choo Christian Louboutin Jimmy Choo Jimmy Choo Jimmy Choo Manolo Blahnik Manolo Blahnik Manolo Blahnik Christian Louboutin Christian Louboutin Related Galleries December 13, 2016 N ndkthypc. jimmy choo outletovember 12, 2014 November 20, 2014 November 20, 2014 November 20, 2014 December 1, 2014

Jimmy Choo Romy pump, $675; saksfifthavenue.com .

Christian Louboutin Follies Strass flat, $1,195; christianlouboutin.com .

Jimmy Choo Rox crystal sandal, $3,850; jimmychoo.com .

Jimmy Choo Mabel glitter pump, $795; jimmychoo.com .

Manolo Blahnik Lurum mule, $1,295; manoloblahnik.com .

Manolo Blahnik Hangisi pump, $965; neimanmarcus.com .

Manolo Blahnik Swan pump, $1,295; neimanmarcus.com .

Christian Louboutin Follies Strass pump, $1,195; christianlouboutin.com .

Christian Louboutin Decotelle 554 Strass pump, $3,595; christianlouboutin.com .

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jimmy choo boots clearance Jimmy Choo vs. Manolo : LUSENET : ASTRUC : One Thread Who do you love?

Which spiked heels make your feet swoon? What's that perfect little pair of ballet slippers you couldn't be without?

-- Sara Astruc (saraastruc@aol.com), June 13, 2000 Answers I love looking at spiked heels. Unfortunately, wearing them for more than a few hours makes my feet swoon in pain, not pleasure.

My I-love-these-shoes list contains a lot of unglamorous suspects:

- all my Ken Cole blocky urban warrior princess shoes: slides, maryjanes, loafers, maryjanes with platform heels, etc.

- My Doc Martens with the steel toes

- my new black calfskin slingback pumps. I wore them with a bright pink linen shift at a wedding this weekend, and felt very 1960s-country-club, in a good way.

- my $3.99 black foam platform slides from Target. They are my weekend shoes; I wear them everywhere.

- the shoes for my forthcoming wedding: I bought a pair of 4" stiletto heel sandals from Nicole Miller: they're white calfskin, so soft that it feels like sanded silk, with two thin straps covered in seqin flowers. I know what I said about stiletto heels earlier, but I reason that a woman only gets hitched in Vegas once in her life, and one must wear the appropriate shoes to do so.

Of course, I crave a pair of J.P. Tods loafers, and several pairs of Ferragamos, and maybe a pair of Jimmy Choo boots...

-- Lisa Schmeiser (lisa-nospam@schmeiser.com), June 13, 2000. My shoe choices changed dramatically when I moved from NYC to Florida. In New York, I walked everywhere, and had to choose shoes based largely on comfort. I hated the idea of carrying a second pair of shoes in an already hefty tote bag, so I generally wore Gucci lug soled loafers with everything, Docs, or my J. Crew black calf city boots, which have a sturdy square heel.

In Florida, I drive more, so I can wear strappy little sandals, heels of terrifying heights, mules with spindly little Sabrina heels. This led to a whole new set of problems, as I realised that wearing nice shoes while driving leads to an ugly wear spot on the back of the shoe. So I now keep a pair of driving mocs in the car.

Lisa: I have a pair of $3.99 Target thongs, too. Mine are pink. I've worn them with my taffeta dress. Very multi-functional, those are.

-- Sara Astruc (saraastruc@aol.com), June 13, 2000. My feet ached, and my shins ached, and my toes were on fire, but I wore the most gorgeous shoes I currently own to a wedding last weekend, and it was worth it! Tiger printed ponyskin slingbacks, with a heel that made me an amazon.

Retired from active duty, but still the Best of Show (for me) was a pair of vintage heels from the '40's. 3 inch heel, with the heel cap to cover the heel of a stocking, and an ankle stap, open at the sides with covered toe. They were black suede, and just the sexiest shoes I have ever seen or worn. They were Glorious.

I live in a pair of cheap mocassins from lands end. They are ancient, smelly, have no support whatsoever, but they feel just like I am barefoot, and once, when I dropped one over the side of a boat, I discovered that they float.

-- Kristin (kristin@sperare.com), June 13, 2000. My heart belongs to Jimmy Choo, but I can still appreciate Salvatore and Manolo. There's room for all of them under my bed (or, more accurately, strewn about my front hallway). Unfortunately, my feet are monster-sized, so I don't get to wear as many pretty shoes as I'd like without putting up with an extraordinary amount of pain. Wah.

-- Jackie Danicki (nein@freeuk.com), June 13, 2000. What is it about me and dark chocolate brown leather? Who knows, but my two favs are my Nine West loafers and my Geronimos.

Outside of work, I have four beloved pair of Sperry Top Siders in navy, pink, and 'washed' green and blue. Sadly, my pink pair has been demoted to lawn-mowing shoes, but I still love them.

I may only be 33, but fear vericose veins like crazy. High heels just aren't an option for me, and at 5'3", you can see how truly afeared I am of finding those spidery things on my legs :)

-- Meg Stone (Meg_1837@yahoo.com), June 14, 2000. i have worn the SAME pair of navy-blue doc martens every day for what will be four years in december [shoe birthday! shoe birthday!] they are the best. ever.

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-- Sara Astruc (astruc@astruc.com), September 10, 2000. You can't loose with both jimmy and manolo they are equally great but there are also a few other companies that steal my heart. being the shoe fanatic that i am i adore shoes and i have been comming to love prada sports the are so great for the day time and most are so comfortable(plus i love the little red srtipe). However last weekend i wore a brand new pair of the cutest gucci's ever only they are about 4 and 1/2 inches high, my feet were sore for days, but like others said it was worth it. they are sooo hot, and my fav jimmys - little pink strappy sandals

-- suzi (moomoo915@aol.com), November 13, 2001. Of course every well-bred woman of fashion must have a pair of Jimmy Choo heels. Which I chose the most beautiful strappy sandals that I paid and outrageous price for and also some 3 inch mules that made me come out even. The most comfortable stillettos that I've come across has to be my 3.75inch Christian Louboutin boots. Although I wouldn't work a full 8 hour day standing up in them they are definitely good for atleast 5 hours:) After working 12 hours in Air Force issued steel toe boots it's alway nice to know that I can come home and put on a comfortable Steve Madden sneaker. Out of 146 pairs of shoes and boots they have to be those most comfortable shoes I own (right now). -If it's not real...It's not right.

-- Miss Kisha (nakishaperry@hotmail.com), September 18, 2002. Oh I almost forgot. Manolo makes the most boring shoes. I'm sorry Blahnik lovers but the shoes lack the excitement that normally comes with an outrageous price. They're just not worth it:)

-- Miss Kisha (nakishaperry@hotmail.com), September 18, 2002. i think they are both good shoes, but manolo is the best

-- rita simpson (1987@yahoo.com), September 21, 2002. fuck you

-- rita simpson (1987@yahoo.com), September 21, 2002. i think that they are both excellent. jimmy has just the right look i want but so have manolo but it don't come cheap. if i had to choose it would be the manolo blahnik timbs but jimmys sandals just kill it in the summer so i would choose a different one for each season. whatever suited me best.

-- leanne allgood (lilsue1@vizzavi.com), February 06, 2003. Having been a keen follower, but never owner of Blahnik and Choos, I have to say that while Manolo Blahnik's sketches of his shoes are enticing and full of the cinderella-type fantasy, I do prefer Jimmy Choos on the whole. Choos are more elegant and femenine than blahhniks recent creations, take the J-Lo boots for example! I would love to own a pair of each, i believe that blahniks should be looked at and treased as valuable artifacts rather than shoes, i would probably wear the Jimmy Choos more often!

-- Helen Ward (s49866@rfdc.ac.uk), February 11, 2003. I think that although many people like Jimmy Choo shoes, Manolo Blahnik is the best shoe designer in the entire world, and I fully belive that anyone who prefers Jimmy Choo has absolutly no idea what they are talking about, and no fashion sense!

-- Carrie Bradshaw (couturebaby89@aol.com), July 28, 2003. I love Jimmy Choo's! I think they are the best, there femin and there cool. Blahniks are to look at, Choo's are to wear and to look at, they are the most comfortable heels i have ever owned. I love Jimmy Choo Couture, it's very homely there. Although Choo's come at a high price, I think its well worth it.

-- Natasha Chan (natasha_chan88@hotmail.com), August 05, 2003. I would love to own a pair of Manolos or Jimmy choo,But my wallet only allows me nine west.Is there any lady that is here.That has some size 8 casts of either.I do no not mean to beg.But figured you had your wear out of them.I promise to take good care of them.Iam inthe Nyc area.

-- tina madison (Ladystorm1@netscape.net), September 12, 2003. I agree w/Carrie Bradshaw. Manolos are the bomb!! Jimmy Choo are want to be Manolos. Sorry Tamara Mellon!

-- lo (sfricegirl72@yahoo.com), October 23, 2003. I have 2 say that Jimmy Choo's are much more feminine to wear than a lot of Manolo's, but Manolo's are on the cutting edge of fashion and make you feel like a princess! My new purchase of Pink strappy Jimmy Choos with pink diamante detail may have broken the bank, but they are so good it's worth it! Also I have found that both my Jimmy's and manolo's fit perfectly although after a long day jimmy's can start to hurt your feet a bit more than the manolo's. Overall, though, i just think shoes are pretty much amazing! My shoe list includes mary janes, t bar heels and the slouchy boots that are sooo this season and can look good dressed up Or down - and the bonus is that they're sooooo comfortable to wear! My Jimmy Choo pair will last a lifetime as theyre so hard wearing! But i also love heels and the 50/60's look that is around at the moment. Basically - give me ANY shoes and i'm happy! But, just for the record, i have to say Jimmy Choos get my vote - they are just that bit more Stylish.

-- Charli Morgan (funkydevil_star@hotmail.com), November 06, 2003. I can't believe what I just read--somebody actually said "fuck you" in a post about ... shoes?!

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