I miss Alexander McQueen. I know many people do this. I will never forget my Valentine’s Day weekend in Los Angeles in February 2010. After staying at Le Parc Suite Hotel in West Hollywood, the first thing I heard was the tragic news of McQueen’s death. My girlfriend and I made a reservation at Le Parc Suite a few months in advance because they knew the hotel was a short walk from Melrose Avenue and the Alexander McQueen store. After opening the luggage bag, we took to the street and went straight to the McQueen store. When we arrived, we saw that the mourner had already left a few bouquets of flowers that evening. That night was really a boring day, so we returned to the hotel to rest. The next morning, we woke up and went straight to the Alexander McQueen store to see what his final spring-summer collection was. We spent a lot of time in the store and carefully appreciated McQueen’s innovation, beauty and madness. Both of us eventually left the store to go shopping, no, that was not a skull print scarf, although they were very popular at the time. I picked up a cool little shirt. However, my girlfriend has become popular for snatching the season’s most sought after high heels: black leather Alexander McQueen “faithful” open-toe ankle boots. I know this is a men’s fashion blog first, but damn high heels is really hot! Cheap Alexander McQueen
Although neither of us knew Lee Alexander McQueen, his talent was paramount and his art had a profound impact on us. Honestly, I don’t remember my more enthusiastic designer. I keep my eyes open and eagerly look forward to the latest design of the McQueen camp. Since his death in 2010, Sarah Burton has taken over as creative director of the Alexander McQueen brand. Following Alexander McQueen’s vision, Mrs. Burton’s watch also put on some exquisite clothing and accessories, but to be honest, I didn’t follow the brand as closely as when Alexander McQueen lived . However, recently I was totally enamored with a pair of sneakers for the Spring / Summer 2015 collection. A few weeks ago, I purchased them from Barney’s New York in Beverly Hills. . . Last pair! I’m glad I finally put on these beautiful shoes, so I will provide you with a complete review. I introduce you to Alexander McQueen oversized sneakers Replica Alexander McQueenuk .
I ended up buying black leather low-top shoes, although white leather low-top shoes with a black heel are also great. This is the deal. I usually end up buying black because I’m white and I prefer black to my lovely Irish-German complexion. With only 40 to 50 hours per week, you can only work in an indoor compartment to get a stunning white tone. Don’t let the lights in the picture above deceive you. Let’s return to the topic. Of course, this exquisite sneaker is made in Italy. The upper is made of 100% calfskin. It’s really soft-I dare say butter. Perforated vent detail, children’s leather lining, 7-hole metal perforations with Alexander McQueen logo on the tongue and back counter. Is there anything else I can add? Yes. Ever since the adidas superstar “Shellhead” B-Boy era, the fattest laces you’ve ever seen on sneakers are definitely the most nasty. No assembly required. Finally, the most unique aspect of this sneaker is the oversized rubber sole. This is the unique sneaker this season.
This is really a sneaker and you have to try it on to see how it looks. If you only look on the shelf, the thick rubber sole will make the shoes look chunky. I don’t know I’ve ever heard anyone get excited about anything chunky, but this sneaker might help you. If my la-foot explanation doesn’t shake your figure, maybe photos of musicians / style idols such as ASAP Rocky and Future wearing Alexander McQueen oversized sneakers may change yours idea. . .
My last sentence is that if your feet are really small, this may not be your favorite aesthetic sneaker choice (which is rare). If your feet are normal to big feet, then I highly recommend trying them at least. They are very comfortable and I like thick soles. I almost described them as a sports creeper; high fashion punk sportswear. Alexander McQueen’s designs apparently have a dark gothic theme, so only sneakers that once seemed to be inspired by creepers in the “Gothic scene” make sense. Goth-punk-sports-high fashion. Seriously you should do this.