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i wouldn't buy this pos for $35 hard pass.
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What gets me is that these so called fashion houses often get their inspiration, when they don't directly copy, from the street, only to turn around and sell back to the street at a very steep mark up. But sheep will be sheep
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If you want to throw some dough at some shoes, might I suggest NB 900.

My wife hated the fact that I spent over $100 on New Balance 900s.

7 years later, they still look and perform amazingly, while she has to replace her $30 clearance shoes every 6 months because the sole is ripping apart.
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Anybody else feel like these are the Halloween version of the Gucci shoes? What's up with the dripping blood?
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One final though:

While I find Gucci shoes very fugly, I don't hate on those who spend money on quality shoes.... And mattresses.

You spend 25 to 33 percent of your life sleeping (6 to 8 hours per day, on average) and maybe another 25 to 35 percent on your feet (depending on your job, etc.)

If you don't mind pissing away your $4/day starbucks coffee, why would you judge somebody who wants to sleep well and walk well (and possibly look good at it)?

Just my $0.02!
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Quote from JustinS6323
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If you want to throw some dough at some shoes, might I suggest NB 900.

My wife hated the fact that I spent over $100 on New Balance 900s.

7 years later, they still look and perform amazingly, while she has to replace her $30 clearance shoes every 6 months because the sole is ripping apart.
Cool story, dad
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Made in China? or Hong Kong? The only difference between these shoes and those at Payless is that Gucci factory is air-conditioned with slightly better material. But not worth anything over $50. The material and workmanship cost can't be more than $10 or $20.
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Very fugly? no?
I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks so
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Emily: can you spell Gabbana?
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Made in China? or Hong Kong? The only difference between these shoes and those at Payless is that Gucci factory is air-conditioned with slightly better material. But not worth anything over $50. The material and workmanship cost can't be more than $10 or $20.

Description says made in Italy.
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Lol. Nothing loke showing off your wealth by buying 50% gucci's . To whom that buy this , please do not waste people's time by yelling at people for respect because you own gucci's . It's pathetic
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Made in China? or Hong Kong? The only difference between these shoes and those at Payless is that Gucci factory is air-conditioned with slightly better material. But not worth anything over $50. The material and workmanship cost can't be more than $10 or $20.
This tells you that you don't know anything about Gucci shoes which are almost always made in Italy and the materials are as different a caliber as compared to Payless as comparing the leather seats on a Rolls Royce or Aston Martin to those on a Kia or Mitsubishi car. And as far as workmanship, the precision and quality of luxury brand products is vastly different from the common fast-fashion brands like H&M or Zara. Trust me, I used to think Zara or Ralph Lauren was high end, then was educated more on the difference You will never find a loose thread, the spacing between threads is always exact, there will never be glue marks, and it is exact even down to where the cut is made on fabrics and where logos appear. You will get an exact match on the pattern to the shoe you see on the website. The repeating pattern will always land exactly in the exact same spot on every one of an item. It's hard to explain unless someone shows you in person, but the precision is almost astounding. Mass consumer brands never do that.

I'm not some snob and do most of my daily shopping at the dollar store or Target, but this doesn't mean luxury items don't have a quality of craftsmanship and materials that can't be found in the mass market. Not everyone has a need or appreciation for the difference, but the difference is certainly undeniably there. The best real-world examples people can understand is that one can drive a Toyota, but no one would deny that a Rolls Royce or Ferrari is better, or one can wear a Timex, but no one would deny a Rolex is better. It may not be worth it to you, but it is silly for people to claim that the luxury items are comparable to Payless or even New Balance.
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Do people who aren't mentally ill buy these?
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Do people who aren't mentally ill buy these?
Yeah... there are rich people who have so much money they just buy all kinds of expensive stuff. A lot of kids with multimillion dollar inheritances, the family who just got 12 mil, families with huge estates and legacies. At this price, even middle class folks can buy these and pretend to be rich
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