Real vs. Steal – Christian Louboutin Dillian Pumps

by Irina on July 18, 2010

Update: This post has been updated on July 18, 2010. Scroll down to see the new adds.

Christian Louboutin‘s “Dillian” pumps were designed for 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Spring 2009 collection. I love the shape of the pumps, but the big petal/ruffle thing on the front makes me rather hesitant as it’s so big it could easily drown your feet. Still loving them? If you have about 2k of spare cash, you’re good to go.

Christian Louboutin Dillian Mary Jane Ruffle Pumps in black

Christian Louboutin Dillian Pumpsls
($1.695, Saks)

Celebrities Love Christian Louboutin

Leighton Meester, Ciara, Khloe Kardashian & Christina Millian wearing Christian Louboutin Dillian ruffled pumps

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Bumper Dylan-05X Ruffle Pumps

UPDATE (07/18/2010): After a long pause I found yet another CL Dillian knockoff by Bumper. Available in black, camel, navy, red, white & purple.

Bumper Dylan-05X Ruffle Pumps in black (Christian Louboutin Dillian knockoffs)

Bumper Dylan-05X Ruffle Pumpsamazon
($39.99, Amazon)

Newport News Ruffle Pumps

UPDATE (07/18/2010): And here’s another Louboutin look-a-like by Newport News. I absolutely love the blush color! Soooo gorgeous, isn’t it?

Newport News Ruffle Pumps in blush and black (Christian Louboutin Dillian knockoffs)

Newport News Ruffle Pumps
($49, Newport News)

Vince Camuto “Marcia” Pumps

UPDATE (11/25/2009): Here’s another great alternative to the Christian Louboutin “Dillian” pumps by Vince Camuto. They come in either black, stone or purple suede (found via The Look 4 Less).

Vince Camuto "Marcia" Ruffled Pumps in black suede (Christian Louboutin Dillian knockoffs)

Vince Camuto “Marcia” Pumpsls
($59.95, Shoebuy)

P.S.: Also available at Amazonamazon & Heels.comcj.

Dollhouse “Soleil” Ruffled Pumps

Scary price, no? However, if you’re not afraid of ruffles and want heels in the style of the Louboutins, this is your chance to satisfy your budget-friendly designer shoe dreams. Dollhouse‘s “Soleil” or “Soliel” Mary Jane pumps are almost identical, even the ginormous petal on the front is spot on. The pumps come either in black or purple.

Dollhouse Soleil Ruffle Pumps in black (Christian Louboutin Dillian knockoffs)

Dollhouse “Soleil” Ruffled Pumpsamazon
($19.99, Amazon)

P.S.: Also available at Shoes.comls.

Posted in: Christian Louboutin,Christina Milian,Ciara,Khloe Kardashian,Leighton Meester,Real vs. Steal,Red Carpet,Shoes

  • Giselle

    i’m not digging these shoes very much. looks like the shoe is vomiting or something.

  • Giselle, I agree that the Dillian pumps are not to everyone’s taste. I have a love/hate relationship with them. LOVE them on Leighton for example, but hate them on Christina Milian.

  • Lourdes

    I love, love, love these shoes. Were these not the shoes that were made for Britney in her Chasing Amy Video? Except hers were in red. Are the Dollhouse real leather???

  • @Lourdes: Yes, Britney wore the Louboutins in orange/red. The Dollhouse pumps are faux leather by the way.

  • Hey In Their Closet! Love your blog – I recently found it and it’s now on my must-read list for sure.

    I just wanted to let you know that those Marcia booties you listed? Well, they come in a pretty beige “Stone” color as well! you have them listed only in purple and black, but I know that Heels.com (my website!) is about to start carrying them in all three colors. That pretty beige color on all the ladies wearing Loubotins – even the color can be replicated with the Vince Camutos.

    I’m a big fan of them, I remember thinking they were lovely high quality shoes when I was describing them for the website.

    Anyways, love the site! xoxo

  • Lisa

    I love these shoes however they only look good in blush. The black ones look cheap unless it the Louboutin.

  • Sherry

    Off topic, but does anyone know the details on the striped purse that Ciara is carrying in the pic? Love that.

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