Doubtblush: Lisa for Donald J Pliner Sammi Wedge Sandal

In our wide and varied travels across the information superhighway, in addition to the fierce and fabulous, we encounter the insane, the arcane, and the absolutely friggin' ridiculous. Sometimes the paraphernalia, tchotchkes, and fashion disasters we come across are so atrocious we have to vent our disbelief and horror, but know, dear readers, we share only the crème de la crap with you. Hence, Doubtblush.

We really want to understand what demographic these were made for but we simply can't. Perhaps if these Lisa for Donald J Pliner Sammi Wedge Sandal were $20, we could understand eleven-year-olds buying into these. But for $285, they are clearly intended for people with jobs. Or at least sugar daddies. But even if we didn't have a job and relied on a sugar daddy, we wouldn't be spending his money on these. No way. No how.

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Tammy K

Posted on 06.25.11 at 9:46 AM

I work in a boutique that carries this shoe and I have to tell you, they don't look better in person. The beadwork is amazing, but the style is horrible! I've seen them on several women and I just can't get past how "granny" they look. I love Lisa Pliner, but these are not her best work!


Posted on 06.26.11 at 9:30 AM

I'm not saying that I would wear this wedge but I'm not sure if it's really horrid enough to be considered for Doubtblush. If I were to pick a shoe for Doubtblush I think I go with the "New Kid Tri-Tone Mary Jane Skimmer" at Urban Outfitters.

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I consider it the mullet of shoes.

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