Lorna Burford (Raindrops of Sapphire) came up with a gorgeous coral skirt suit from Topshop (£97), and finished off the look with Louboutins, because, hey, this is what Louboutins do, and why you pay the big bucks for them. Says Nordstrom of this shoe:
A go-to style that’s anything but basic, the suede pointy-toe Pigalle pump is refined with a daring, slimmed-down stiletto that’s a hallmark of the Follies line. Christian Louboutin’s iconic red sole — born from a brush with red nail lacquer — pops with each delightfully clicking step.
Pigalle is home to some Parisian entertainments (such as the Moulin Rouge) that might possibly upset newcomers to the Eternal City; American GIs called it Pig Alley. It’s only reasonable that Louboutin would name a shoe after it.
Then again, at $675, this is fairly inexpensive as Louboutins go, which helps the clothing budget, or at least busts it less. Here’s the complete look, as styled by Lorna Burford:
Not that you’re going to order these shoes, but if you do, they tend to run small.