If You Can’t Afford Real Louboutins…
Ok. I’m a shoe freak, as some folks know. My addiction to shoes is the reason why I have 130 pairs (and this blog called Must Luvv Shoes). I just love them. Red ones, blue ones, flat ones, high ones. I just love them so. Others smoke, some drink, I buy shoes.
BUT I’m a shoe addict on a budget. I stay within my means and stick with the ones $200 or less. There’s no logic behind me having a collection of Jimmy Choos and Manolo Blahniks right now with what I make and I’m fine with that. And I have yet to buy a pair of Christian Louboutins. Can I save for a pair? Sure. But I want to get my first pair when I feel like I deserve them. Til then, Steve Madden, Aldo, Naughty Monkey and Chinese Laundry will do for me and I’m ok with that. Those red bottoms can wait.
However, some folks aren’t patient enough to wait until they can afford Loubous to rock red bottoms. So they “DIY” themselves a pair.
This very pretty and shallow chile up there went and spray-painted the bottom of her shoes red. If she wasn’t already sitting, I’d tell her to go have a seat.
Like the top comment on the video asked, does this not leave tracks when she goes out in public? When she walks on concrete, I know it has to rub off a bit. AND she’s goofy because the back of the heel of a Loubou is red too, but she wrapped the entire heel. O____O
And then she talmbout “I’m not tryna make an exact replica of the shoe.” THEN WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!? Ma’am… NAWL! You and your Charlotte Russe pleather platform pumps need to go get a hobby. One that doesn’t include lying on your feets. Leave the arts and crafts store alone and wear those Russes with pride! UGH.
It ain’t that serious. If you’re that thirsty for Louboutins, go find a job and save your pennies. Get the real deal instead of scheming on your Rainbow pumps to make them be great.
But the crazy thing is that there are COUNTLESS videos on YouTube of tutorials like this. Everyone’s tryna fake it when they need to be tryna make it.
I don’t have time. Good day.
P.S. Everyone, it’s pronounced “Loo-boo-tawn” with a soft N. Not Loo-boo-teen.
P.P.S. Happy 20th anniversary to Christian Louboutin!