There is no way in the world that I could ever wear these shoes, but that does not stop me from drooling all over them and creating a scene at the mall. Actually, I was creating a scene by taking pictures of these beauties, which people don’t usually do at my local mall — but I am a determined blogger dedicated to bringing you the newest and the best, no matter the cost. And, truthfully, when I first walked by, my immediate reaction was, “Have they installed a Lady-Gaga section now?” Even more truthfully, my original immediate reaction was, “Have they installed a hootchie-mama section now?” but when I used the term “hootchie mama” the other day my 23-year-old daughter claimed she’d never heard that saying so I figured I’d better act as if I’m in the 21st century and put “hootchie mama” to rest. And, just to be clear, I in no way think Lady Gaga is a hootchie mama. She is a talented and hard-working performer and I wish her every success. It’s just that nobody can deny she wears hootchie-mama shoes. And we all know that a little bit of hootchie mama can be a good thing.
Lady Gaga is really creative and I enjoy her music too! I can only wear heels for short periods of time myself.. Mostly I can be seen in my Uggs….
You might not be a “hootchie mama” but you are a hoot. You gave me a smile-have not thought of that phrase in a while.
Ina — See, you live in Alaska, where I think it’s required to wear Uggs, right???
And, Mary Bonnie — glad to know that at least one other person knows what a “hootchie mama” is. And thank you for the “hoot” part!
Just used “hoochie mama” the other day. And you are correct about those shoes. Tell your daughter that retro language is chic. My daughter likes to describe things as “delish.”