ObamaCare is creating financial and healthcare instability for millions of Americans. Foreign governments have come to understand that Obama has no interest in asserting America’s dominant role in world affairs. Thus, our allies despair, even as IslamoNazis ruthlessly fill the void created by Obama’s policies of appeasement.
In reaction to the prevailing political gloom, footwear designers are concentrating on clever, witty designs that will make women feel good about themselves. The stark and scary stilettos of past seasons have given way to fanciful designs that will draw happy smiles as you strut your stuff.
Seraphic Secret has done the hard work of combing through various collections and picking the looks which should make these hard times more wearable.
Hollywood’s greatest era, the 1930’s, gave birth to two luminous and entertaining genres: the screwball comedy, and the lush musical.
It is no coincidence that these escapist movies, filled with glamorous women swimming in fur and jewels, and painfully handsome men in perfectly tailored tuxedos, were produced during the depths of the Depression.
You might think that audiences would resent these carefree swells whose only worry was the next martini, and the eternal love triangle. But for several years, audiences escaped their daily woes, and lived through the fantasies of the silver screen.
Today, America is not in a depression. But Americans are depressed. Across the aisle, Americans recognize that this country is in trouble. ObamaCare is an unmitigated disaster. Millions are suffering. And millions more will be forced to suffer by this horrendous collectivization being forced on the American people.
Fashion reacts to uncertainty and disaster as did Hollywood in the 1930’s: with great dollops of extravagance, and wit. Seraphic Secret sees a trend in ladies footwear, with designers reaching beyond the anxious here and now, and offering customers a taste of fashion transcendence.
Freud famously asked: “What do women want?”
Poor Sigmund, obsessively seeking an answer in the murky depths of the subconscious. Really, all he had to do was look around, and down, to realize that women want… shoes.
Designer Boyarde Messenger’s hand painted collection of Charlotte Olympia pumps for Neiman Marcus is for women who want shoes and art. Messenger cleverly uses famous paintings to create high heels that are also high art.
Millions of Americans are out of work. The federal deficit is a crime. We are on the edge of a double dip recession.
What to do?
Fashion designers are banking on happy, unexpected colors to dress up your tootsies.
Seraphic Secret has done the hard work of combing through the 2013 footwear collections and picking the very best designs. We’ve made sure to choose some nice, comfortable flats so you can stand in line at Chick-fil-A in support of religious speech.
Alas, Seraphic Secret only eats kosher food, but we join the Chicken-fil-A line in spirit and solidarity.