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April 22nd, 2009

Gladiator Sandals for the Guys & Dolls Crowd

As lame as it sounds, sometimes I miss high school.  My selective memory has apparently banished all of the painful memories of judgmental cliques, because I just remember geeking out with all the drama nerds.  Never one to fade into the background, I soon found my crew of divas, techies, and dramaturgs.  Thanks to the magic of Facebook, I can still keep in touch with these ebullient thespians.  I think I’ll post A. Marinelli’s Doll gladiator sandal for my long-distance drama buddies. I’ve yet to find a gladiator sandal with more flair.

As I admire the Doll’s golden tone, slight heel, and cluster of flashy rhinestones, I’m reminded of the showgirls in the eternally revived musical Guys and Dolls. I can imagine those dolls skipping around the stage in these lovely sandals while belting “Take Back Your Mink.” Thank goodness for social networking– otherwise, I’d have to muddle over my musical costume vision in solitude. Thanks to the magic of the internets, the dramatic sprites of my past can join me in admiring these glitzy flats.

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