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Cheryl Cole Stylist Pick - take two

Bleugh. Just bleugh. What the hell are Stylist Pick thinking and how the hell is Cheryl Cole supposed to be a style icon? I slated her original collection here (and it seems everyone was in agreement with me) so I was intrigued to see how she developed her 'style' for the collection launching in time for SS12. Well it seems that the second collection is even worse than her first. She tweeted a picture of two of the shoes from her forthcoming collection, expressing her pride and excitement at what she's created. Chezza, we need to have a word because nobody in their right mind would part with good cash for these heinous pieces that barely pass as footwear. Bleugh. How are Stylist Pick making any money from this collaboration and who is actually buying these things???


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9 comments

  1. I agree, but hey, they are not as bad as the first collection, are they? :)

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  2. don't get me wrong i didn't mind her first collection, although i did mind the price. I have some similar boots to her Byker Grove ones but mine only cost £30. As for this new collection you get get better and cheaper shoes in New Look etc, the sad thing is people will still but them as they have her name associated with them. What a waste of money xx

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  3. It says something when all I can think of is 'I also have that Lerberg Shelf from Ikea'...

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  4. oh, I quite liked some of the 1st collection, especially the biker boots, but these are UGLY!

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  5. Agreed, shoe designing is the new perfume for the celebs! x

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  6. Totally agree. CAN NOT stand them

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  7. urrgh they are pretty hideous. I'm quite surprised that her taste in shoes is that bad to be honest.

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  8. Um they look a bit, dated, don't they.
    I still just think of her walking funny in the advert, maybe she's wearing her shoes.

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