YAY! New Christian Louboutin Shoes!

It’s been a while since I bought a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes so I was really excited when the doorbell rang this morning! I just got one of the pairs that I have been eyeing up for a while now. Coral is my absolute favourite colour for clothing (besides pink) so I am really glad that loads of clothes and shoes are being made in the colour right now. So may I present to you my brand new Coral Pigalle 85! This is my first time trying Pigalle and gosh they are toe crushers! They hurt a lot but I’m sure they will break in really soon :)

I included lots of photos of the packaging as well because I think it’s gorgeous! I will be taking more photos this weekend of my new denim and other new clothes so I will have outfit pictures wearing these too! Stay tuned and I hope you like them :)

Thanks for your comments =) I read & reply every one =)

  1. oh wowowowow! they are beautiful, congratulations =) i love coral for clothes as well its such a beautiful colour…i’m finding that it’s surprisingly nice with the khaki colours that are around at the mo. so jealous of your shoe & denim collections! Xo

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  5. Hi! I just bought the CL prive slingback peeptoe in black patent, they are beautiful! I ordered at 37.5 cause the 37 ( my normal size) was too tight but these are tight too! Not to mention my big toe is slightly over the peep toe area it’s not obvious but find that so tacky. What can I do? Can I stretch these?

    • Hi Jennie, usually when the foot slips that far forward and your toe hangs out, it can mean they are too big. How is the length of the shoe at the back? The only thing with peep toes is that if you stretch the toe area out even more, your toes will come further forward and hang out of the front more than they currently do, that’s the only issue with peep toe Louboutins, so if you hate that look already, you might hate it even more! There’s nothing that can be done about length of the shoe on a peep toe, only the width :) I hope that helps :)