The Buzz #1 My Baby Blues

I am as much of a shoe lover as the next. Even though I do not collect them, I definitely stake them out. The other day I happen come to upon an incredible pair of midnight blue pumps which I shall be designing my Autumn/Winter wardrobe around. The kicker was they were knocked down 70% off their retail price. Blinking twice to make sure I was not mistaken, I snatched them immediately and I could not wait to wear them!!

What I love about these shoes is the design with a nice solid heel and rounded toe. In my opinion, this gives it a fashion longevity. I hate buying pieces that quickly go out of style, loving instead items that pass the test of time and I forward to these being with me for quite some years.

Taking Sun in “My Baby Blues”

I have been wearing them for the past few days to give you my Personal Consumer Report.

If they are as comfortable as they are sexy and chic, it is a God send for us shoe fanatics. To really test the Hell out of them, I drove in my little stick shift car, walked all over town, up and down stairs and whatever else I do in a typical day with impressive results. A perfect fit!! I could not believe I did not even have a “new pair of shoe” blister!!!

Here are my ratings:

Appearance: 9.5.

I feel chic and very sexy in them.  Ladies, they are great pair of work shoes for this coming season.

Quality:  8.

Being Italian-made, the quality stands with the outer and inner shoe made of leather. The sole is a nice anti-slip rubber. The heel is leather exterior but I don’t know if it is not covering a plastic core. Remember that the Italian shoe size is a size smaller then in France. For example, a French shoe size 39 equals a Italian shoe size 38.

Comfort: 8.5.

Having worn these babies for a few days, I can honestly say they are as comfortable as they are good looking.

Price:  9.5.

I paid 41,70 euros for them from 139 euros. Honestly, I was shocked they were that cheap because I would have spent more on them!!

Fashion life:  9.

This pair of shoes will not be outdated quickly. I realize we are still in the wedge-heel scene which will continue for a few seasons but if you look at Prada‘s, Sonia Rykiel‘s, Dior‘s shoes for the Autumn-Winter collections, they showed shoes with thicker heels and a nice rounded toe. These shoes would fit right in the A/W 2010-11 fashion trend.

Heads up because there may soon be very little size choices for the ladies in the HOUSE!!  I found these at the San Marina on 82, rue du Faubourg St. Antoine, Paris 12th district.

The reference is:   Cosmo brand – Meissa Bleu. Original price was 139 euros knocked down to 41,70 euros. Hallelujah!!!

All Photos shot with an iPhone by isa maïsa

About isa maïsa
Isa Maïsa has been designing fashion since she was old enough to knit. She is a designer who dabbles in her loves: fashion, home decor and paper-cardboard trinkets. She is interested in so many different and diverse disciplines, which aids in keeping her creative river flowing. She presently lives a short train ride from Paris, France which she finds to be one of the most intriguing spots on the globe. Her sense of style came from her mixing of three cultures: a Bolivian mother, a French father and her living in the United States. Isa Maïsa assisted the Haute Couture Director at Louis Féraud for two years, as well as sewing in the "flou ateliers" the gowns for their collections. She studied Fashion Design at Studio Berçot in Paris under the expert guidance of Marie Rukki. Visit her boutique at