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    That's why I'm thinking, if I were to get the Ann D. Spring 2010 sandal booties at retail price, I'd probably be saving a lot of money.

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    /\ they will be a guaranteed hit. no question about it.
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    those ann demeulemeester triple ties are perhaps the best boots to hit soil...they are to be cherished. i think for halloween i'll wear them as part of my captain jack sparrow trappings.

    those yy boots are on yoox in UK7, pricey though.

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    ^ The only thing that bugs me about Ann boots is that they're so wide and I'm kind of small so they never fit in with my silhouettes... which tend to be kind of voluminous anyways.

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    Those are really cool, gerry...fit pic?

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    ann's wide footbed is part of the appeal.

    those look really pretty on you.

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    Gerry do you have a contextual shot, i'm curious to see what they look like without focusing directly on the band seems as though it should appear more nude-like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    ann's wide footbed is part of the appeal.
    I asked Ann about that and she said that she always hated the concept that women are supposed to have these tineey tiney feet. "Are we modern or are we old fashioned?" she asked. I conceded that are totally modern. Should've put that in the article.
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    I don't know if I'd be able to speak for most women, but judging by how her footwear has been flying off the shelves it seems she's doing something right.
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    ^the blog girls are definitely helping...her footwear has actually gotten trendy!

    The only version of those triple lace boots I really like is these, and I really, really like them....wish i had bought them when i had the chance.


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    looks like the foot has slid off the heel a bit. very annoying.

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    ^mine too....

    thanks for the ebay tip, i will keep an eye out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    I asked Ann about that and she said that she always hated the concept that women are supposed to have these tineey tiney feet. "Are we modern or are we old fashioned?" she asked. I conceded that are totally modern. Should've put that in the article.
    her. What article?

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    Quote Originally Posted by genevieveryoko View Post
    her. What article?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonaDahl View Post
    The problem with the wide foot beds is that most women don't have feet that big. Its ok on my boots but I cant wear any of her sandals because my feet just won't stay in them. I don't mind it on an aesthetic level, but practically it makes no sense.


    It does if you are a woman with wide feet. Mine are not insanely thick or anything, but most shoes I really have a hard time breaking in because they are way too narrow (especially italian shoes for some reason), and once I do they kind of lose their shape. So I can definately see the appeal of the width

    It may be a specifically belgian trait though, I don't know...

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    cant quite wrap my head around why because i dont usually like anything remotely "girly" or with bows for that matter but these marni's have me swooning...

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    everything with bows should burn in the eternal fire of bimbo hell.
    rider, i will write it off as a momentary lapse of reason
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoniF View Post
    Bam, bam, bam:





    They look so comfortable, will probably get a pair to wear at home while relaxing.
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    hahahahahaahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonaDahl View Post
    rider I don't normally care for bows either, or red for that matter, but I too have an uncharacteristic longing for a red shoe with a bow:

    vavavoom, mona, those are a hot ticket...i guess its our inner mmonroe reminding us which club we belong too. oh, and the red-spiked w/bow shoe gene.

    thanks for the support i was concerned i was losing my way.

    faust, you've got to have tata's to get it i guess.
    Last edited by rider; 10-09-2009 at 07:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    cant quite wrap my head around why because i dont usually like anything remotely "girly" or with bows for that matter but these marni's have me swooning...
    i love them--that little black bit under the bow is so lovely. Also, i believe they fill a nice hole in your collection.

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