Friday, May 13, 2011

Forget about the price tag

Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Been wanting to blog about this for weeks so I’m ecstatic to finally start this shoe craze series today.
Are you obsessed with this piece of an entire outfit? Do your shoes do the talking? Do they boost yourself confidence? Miss modish, Do they make you feel as shaped as an hourglass? Are they flirty and suggestive? And the big one…………………..Are they expensive??????
I’d say a big….lets hold hands…..YES to all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All this attention can only be given to almighty shoes as they speak your brand.
Modish suggests if you want to spot a tacky fellow a mile away…..focus on the downside and you can conveniently make a conclusion. This is because shoes are very key to your sense of style as they do all the things mentioned above and even more. From straps to kitten heels, platforms to pumps or courts, shoes’ make the difference so we suggest you “Forget about the price tag”

 Mr. Modish
I can comfortably say men are judged largely by their shoes because there’s only so much you can do to the upper body that no one has ever seen or will ever see. Male shoes come in a lot more variety, style, feel, make, fun and colour, which distinguish you from other men
As a result, it’s a lot safer to invest in shoes that could flatter your outfit any day by complementing it.
 I once knew a young man who had over 60 pairs in different colors and this usually made him feel like Kanye. We would spend long hours shopping online for fierce shoes to make him look hawt at work and play and that never failed us
Also, shoes cannot be useless….at least not as much as clothes may be. There will always be a day you will need to wear those shoes and you’d be glad you did make that purchase when you did, trust me!   

Ms Modish
High Fashion
According to Terresa Cannata, writing for Italian Vogue, "His creations are sexy and original, some playful, some definitely classic."
Christian Louboutin - Though his shoes are often worn by women who want to be noticed, particularly celebrities including singers Beyonce, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, and actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Sarah Jessica Parker, Louboutin says the ideal shoe is one that is able to "appear and disappear."
By that, he means a pair of shoes that grab the attention of the beholder but also flatter the figure of the wearer to the point that the shoes "vanish with the silhouette."

High Street brands include- Dune, Aldo, Office, kurt Geiger, Jones etc that I will be putting in the spotlight soon. It’s the shoe series you can’t afford to miss lovelies….have a fierce and fun weekend
Its miss modish,

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