Meduse world,Original ideas

The Jelly Lesson: How to wear your Méduse Jelly Shoes on the Red Carpet

14 May , 2015  

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Your weekly jelly lesson, from us to you.

Jelly Step 1: Remember this awesome blue and silver
patterned dress, sported by none other than
Léa Seydoux? We think it’d be simply parfait with our
sassy silver Capri!


verses 3 and blog ills 35Jelly Step 2: This one’s an oldie, but a goldie. Gold is glam
and going on the red carpet – you’ve gotta be glam. Take
golden tips from Linda Evangelista, and pair it with our
sparkly gold NIKITA.

Linda Eva Gold Dress

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Jelly Step 3: On a red carpet, you’ve gotta stand
out. And who else better to admire than  Björk!
This pink perfection number is a match
made in heaven with our Bonbon SUN Méduse.


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Jelly Step 4: You don’t have to wear a dress
to look fab on the red carpet! Just take a
few notes from Kristen Stewart and add a
twist with our Nacre SUN Méduse.

CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 23: Actress Kristen Stewart attends the 'Clouds Of Sils Maria' premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2014 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Jean Catuffe/FilmMagic)

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Jelly Step 5: But on the red carpet, going chic
simple and girly is always going to be a winner.
Audrey Tatou’s dress is a piece of magic with
our Jutam Paille.


Whether you’re working the glitter and studs, or classic fabrics, we like to think that wearing Méduse is the piece of magic that will get the paparazzi snapping away.

So, red carpet + jellies = ?

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Meduse world,Original ideas

Red – King of the Rainbow

17 Dec , 2014  

red Méduse Jelly shoes collage

When we say red – you say? *cue you*

Red is one of those colours that stand proud as the king of the rainbow; it’s bold, bright and bloody beautiful. When we slip into our classic red Méduse it makes us feel audacious, playful and on top of the world. A definite mood changer! So why are we talking about red?

Well… stating the obvious, it’s the first colour of the rainbow. And, it’s EVERYWHERE this season. From Tom Ford to Carolina Herrera, rouge is splashed on from head to toe. It’s a great colour for fashion to feature; Vogue describe the appearance of red this season as ‘more dazzling than deadly, these red are healthy, warm and vibrant, proving fashion’s heart beats strong and sure.’ We agree.

Believe us, there’s a red out there for you. Red is versatile as ‘the mood red conveys changes dramatically when you lighten it (sweet and innocent pink) or darken it (sophisticated burgundy).’ Shades of red are the colours which will turn heads and literally stop traffic. As Bill Blass quotes when in doubt, wear red – it’s the ultimate colour which will always conjure sexiness and confidence.

But let’s forget about fashion for the minute, and go back to a little history. Red is in our blood. For us Frenchies, it was the colour which represented our revolution, but for others the colour evokes other sentiments. As mentioned by Trend Tablet ‘red is a colour that is liberated from political possession and without an ideological identity; since the end of the Cold War red has been redefined by Coca-Cola, the Pope, Nancy Reagan and most recently by the omnipresent red carpet.’ Think about it – the red carpet wouldn’t be as glam, iconic and daring if it were another colour.

It’s a colour for winners – yep, that’s right. Believe it or not, but a study found that football teams wearing red were more likely to win than teams sporting other colours. Allez les rouges? Don’t think it has quite the same ring to it…

You probably get the point – we LOVE red. So much so, that we often spend a lot of time daydreaming on our Fiery Red Pinterest board. Mmmmmm….  Okay we’ll stop talking now and listen to Red Alert by Basement Jaxx.

Until next time folks x

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