Wednesday, September 11, 2013

French Sole Now in Manila

This is my first pair of French Soles - soft, suede pirouettes in black.


This style has since been phased out, but was revived as the India. I've had them for almost a decade now, but I


you could probably say I am the longest reigning, biggest French Sole fan this side of town.  I really do love my pairs.

I bought them not because Princess Diana wore them:


And I sure as hell wore French Soles way before these young girls did!

Kate Middleton

Princess Beatrice

Poppy Delevingne

Many years ago, I made my sister go to Sloane Square for my French Sole Fix because I was not compromising on shape, style, quality and comfort when it comes to my ballerina flats. Really, I don't need to convince you on why you should buy a pair. Or ten. I have written about it extensively here in the blog for years. But here's an extra push on why you can and should.

Because French Sole opened its first store on Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig!




Now if that doesn't make you want to stand up and head for the door right this minute, I don't know what will! I am kind of itching for those embroidered Heffners actually!

French Sole
Bonifacio High Street (across Krispy Kreme)
Global City, Taguig

4 comments:

Issa said...

very nice shoes! love the embroidered one too :)

cheekeegirl said...

How much a pair cost Mommy Tin?

Olivia said...

which is better? french sole or repetto?

CHRISTINE DYCHIAO said...

Issa: super cute!

Cheekeegirl, its Php8k to Php10k here!

Olivia, both are very comfy, but I find that French Sole soles are sturdier. Repettos have leather soles so they can get wet, and not for walking on cold pavement!

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