Mar 11th 2006 2:08PM They just remind me far too much of La Petite Poucette, though I love the story, if they were in red, it would be worse. Or, perhaps they are a little more "puss in boots". Sorry, can't get into these!
Mar 11th 2006 1:51PM I agree with the nouveau riche market comment. It is a simple style with a lot of unattractive "look at me" junk attached. Vivia Hermes and Jennifer Marvin. Two lables who haven't become sell outs!
Mar 10th 2006 4:20PM Oh my goodness. It is soooooo beautiful, I think I not only want it, I NEED it. Must check our Hilton Head!
Mar 10th 2006 2:24AM Thank you for the information, Sandy. I am from out of town and hadn't done the research. To each his own about the handbag, dear. Here is some linkage for your search http://www.bagborroworsteal.com
Mar 9th 2006 11:13AM In no way do you have bad taste, Deidre! These are lovley, but, from a practical stand point, I would be just a little concerned about tripping over the bow or getting the hangy down bit dirty in the street.
Mar 9th 2006 10:44AM this subject is a bit passionate for me, so here is my third post. These shoes are made my skilled craftspeople who take their wages home to feed their families, not by slave children in Asia. By saving the money, you might be exploiting a child. It is all in how you look at it. I am now officially off my soapbox. Thankyou
Mar 9th 2006 10:38AM oh, and Elizabeth, what makes you think that people who buy those shoes don't give to charity? Perhaps, if they have the money for those shoes, they are giving back what makes the price of those shoes look like peanuts. Not everyone who buys those shoes has to spend their life savings on them. Just a little food for thought.
Mar 9th 2006 10:29AM Fabulous, really fabulous...and until Jennifer Marvin starts doing shoes, I'm gonna wear my Blahniks!
Mar 9th 2006 10:18AM well, this is a special one, and not in a good way. I will take my Jennifer Marvin bags over this one any day, and happily pay the price for quality and style.