PVC shoes are all the rage right now. The Cinderella glass slippers of the moment! I decided to investigate the style and main brands.
Most bloggers feature the Manolo Blahniks. Each pair of the PVC Manolo Blahniks cost over $650.
Now, don’t get me wrong. There are a few things I invest it: designer handbags and designer shoes. Why? Both 100% make an outfit and both always fit. Ha! However, I always invest in the forever wardrobe staples. I don’t buy
So, this PVC fashion trend had me curious. I bought a pair of Manolos and a pair by the brand Schutz (Megan Markel is always seen in this brand) to compare the two. The price point of the Schutz brand for the same
Note: I am a 7.5 (37.5 European Sizes) in most shoes. I can wear an 8 but never a 7.
The Manolos run small. You need to size up on these. I would need a size 38.
The Shutz brand runs true to size but the PVC area for toes is larger and looser.
Having said that, if I wanted to buy the PVC for the look I would 100% buy the Schutz brand.
Shop Schutz Here (sold out) | Amazon Has Some but Can’t confirm they are Real Deal | Lower Cork Heal Schutz (almost sold out) | Ankle Strap (goes in and out of stock) | Few In Stock Here
Why I like the PVC Look
Hello, long legs! With these heals your ankles are invisible so the illusion of legs for days is darn right awesome. Wear a killer pair of shorts, a romper like this and girl, your legs are rocking!
What I don’t like
Your feet can get a bit sweaty. It’s plastic. That’s a personal call on your level of comfort for beauty!
This Schutz brand is defintily the way to go if you love this look!
It’s a pretty and sexy trend. Like Dihann Caroll always said, the legs are the last thing to go, so if all else isn’t working out in your body, show off