A new classic, if I can present this Omega replica in such a way. It’s definitely a hot piece from Omega and I’m glad they’re jumping up a step and coming out with such fun models like this one. You’ll find Omega replica watches as being more popular for the Seamaster collection but boy did the Speedmaster collection make a comeback with this piece! Good quality fake Omega watches are not always an easy find so I’m glad I get to show you some more pics on this AAA grade Omega replica.
This replica Omega Speedmaster ’57 watch is without a doubt a real Speedmaster piece. Everything that the Speedmaster collection has been getting us used to so far is embodied in this design.
The two-tone rose gold and stainless steel combo just nails it. New and fresh and fitting so well with today’s trends. It’s also one of the larger, bigger Omega cases so another reason why I like it. I just think that these days you can’t go wrong with a big watch that has some rose gold theme to it.
Powered by an automatic self-winding Japanese movement time is kept well and precise. Stopwatch function on the 9 o’clock dial and the 3 o’clock dial that sort of gives you a military hour match the original really good. Date at 6 o’clock is also just like on the original and the seconds hand has a good sweep as it should have.
It’s a great tribute to the Omega lunar missions but at over $10k it’s a bit too much for my pocket. This replica Omega Speedmaster though is a good alternative so far in my opinion and it’s hard to tell it’s a fake. Not a lot of people know their Omega watches and this one’s a really good copy.
When I think of Christian Louboutin’s sexy aesthetic, the iconic Pigalle pump comes immediately to mind. This pump is arguably the brand’s most recognizable design, and Fall 2014 marked the Pigalle’s ten year anniversary. For a shoe to enjoy a decade of popularity in the wild world of footwear is no small feat. Trends come and go, but the Pigalle is a pump that’s going to be around for a very long time.
The brand’s sustained popularity proves Louboutins aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Louboutin revolutionized the luxury footwear market back in the early 1990s by painting the bottom of his footwear with red lacquer, and in the intervening decades, no other brand has found such a distinctive way to mark its shoes.
The style and price of the Pigalle make this pump a good place to start for someone looking to beef up their shoe collection, and they’re a great first Louboutin. The brand does make periodic price increases, so if you’re considering buying a pair, keep that in mind.
The Pigalle recently celebrated its ten year anniversary, and I have no doubt that this pump will be around for another ten, twenty or fifty years. Crazy trends come and go, but there’s nothing trendy or fleeting going on here.
I don’t regret buying this polish at all. I love the color, it’s an easy application and it has a unique bottle. Would I buy more in the future? Probably not. But what I will say, I’m sure we’ve all spent $50 on sillier things, so a one-time buy probably won’t make you grimace any more than your last impulse purchase.
The brand’s shoes are ubiquitous, but in a good way. There’s a high standard of craftsmanship, quality and attention to detail that comes with the name Louboutin, and every time you slip your foot into a pair, you know what you’re getting. Not only that, but you also let everyone else know you have great taste.
Christian Louboutin’s red sole is iconic. While most luxury shoppers can recognize this distinct shade of red a mile away, the color actually started with nail polish, and now it’s become a polish once again.
In 1993, Christian Louboutin was working on the Pensée shoe, which was inspired by Andy Warhol’s “Flowers.” After its completion, Louboutin felt something was off, and what happened next is what has made him such a legend. Louboutin’s assistant Sarah was painting her nails red in the studio, and the designer borrowed her red polish to paint the new design’s soles. An icon was born.
Louboutin defines spring with a leopard, fringe, fishnet, glitter and bright colors. You’ll also see a new “front double” design on a few pairs of point-toe pumps, which crosses the slit toe box, giving these pumps a bit of an art deco feel. No matter which pair you gravitate toward, you’ll certainly find something to obsess over with this new collection. Even though these styles aren’t available quite yet, you can now pre-order other styles online now at Christian Louboutin!
This classic red shade has reached iconic status in footwear, so I have no doubt this nail color will be classified the same way in years to come. The uniquely constructed bottle will most likely become a collector’s item, and the entire Louboutin beauty collection will likely be successful in tapping into the luxury market’s love for the brand’s over-the-top aesthetic. Also, despite the relatively high price tag for nail polish, this is still the most affordable way for aspirational customers to get a piece of the Louboutin pie.
Like anything in the luxury market, prices are rising. If you dream of owning your own pair of Louboutins, doing it now will likely save you a few bucks over dithering for another year. Back in my TalkShoes days, I fell victim to the fluctuating prices. I yearned for a pair of black patent leather So Kates, and when I finally splurged, had increased from $625 to $675 in the few months I waited. Learn from my mistakes: if you’re yearning for a pair of red bottoms, buy them sooner rather than later.