What if the Disney villainesses were all turned into really high heels? More
It’s pouring in New York today–luckily, we were walking to work clomping through puddles with impunity, thanks to our excellent Tretorn ‘Kelly’ boots. Only after conquering many puddles did we realize that a lot of you may be mulling rain boot options right this very moment. So, we decided to put together this handy guide to cute/versatile/practical and cheap rain boots for those rainy weeks of Spring when the weather is figuring out what it wants to be.
Ahead, we have selected 12 cute rain boots under $100 (though 11 of them are under $70). More
Typically, I have little sympathy for men, especially when it comes to clothing and shoes. I mean, they don’t have to deal with the nonsense that I have to deal with as a femme lady, but I pity the fools … More
I have not yet done a whole lot of crowdsourcing here at The Gloss so far, but it seems to have worked out well for all of my colleagues (I was even there when Amanda used your feedback to buy this sweater). Now, I need your help for my feet (and my sanity).
Also, I am growing this really gnarly callous and it’s starting to look permanent. More
You know those women who sort of slip, stomp, scuttle and skid their way down the street while wearing heels, knees awkwardly bent? Hello, hi, that’s me, I apologize for the eyesore. On the bright side, I’ve never been required to wear high heels to school, work or out, so I haven’t actually done a whole lot of offending the world. But what if it were a formal rule demanding that women to do so? More
I honestly thought Christian Louboutin was the new Manolo Blahnik, as evidenced by the fact that they wore Louboutins obsessively in Sex and the City 2 (a terrible movie I have probably accidentally watched six or seven times). I never loved that, because Christian Louboutins are pretty uncomfortable, whereas Manolo Blahniks were very comfortable. But maybe I’ll have better luck with THIS new Manolo Blahnik. More
When you think of people who shine shoes, do you imagine an aging man who has tips on what’s going on in the market? Someone who wears a bow tie? Someone who, in a movie, says to the young upstart on Wall Street, “Money doesn’t make anybody happy, son. Only love does that.” That’s advice that the protagonist will not take, until his fall from grace. At the end he’ll see the old shoe-shine man, nodding sagely, and he’ll realize that man was truly a master of obvious facts.
You watch too many old movies. Now men just want their shoes shined by sexy women in short shorts. More
This shoe requires a lot of big, bad buddies. (Seriously, it has a larger entourage than most celebrities.) More
These are going to be everywhere in September, unless people get sick of them before that. More
These absurdly popular boots are getting a bit of a makeover so hipsters can now be 6 inches taller and make a remarkable amount of noise hobbling down the aisle! More
Last week we brought you a sneaker wedges Shopping Guide… but we secretly hoped you’d be pissed because they are hideous. This week we’re bringing you also-ridiculous wedge shoes but no sneakers in sight–instead, they are a riot of textures, colors and weirdness in the sub-$150 category. For those of you (like us) who tend to have a restrained aesthetic, sometimes a really oddball statement shoe can make an outfit look more deliberate.
Or… you know, just plain ridiculous. Whatever. Have fun. More
You silly plebeians, your stupid ugly normal-people shoes are ruining her five-star feetsies. More
That’s all? More