for the love of vogs

where the MotleyFlue gather

men who Vog

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One of the great things about being a Fluevog fan is meeting other unique-minded individuals. Admittedly, I’m not as good as Madame Shirley in “I-Spy a fellow Flueddict.” Most of the Flue-natics I run in to are at the store. During my last visit, FlueDaddy Denny introduced me to long-time Fluevog lover: Len. The great thing about meeting male Fluevog lovers is knowing that they potentially have more shoes than you. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to talk to Len as much as I would have liked to. According to Denny, Len is a major collection. Just check out the vintage Fluevogs he recently acquired:

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Did you see the bag in the background? It’s because Len was probably adding another awesome pair to his collection.

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Speaking of which… the Manpanion added another pair of Fluevogs to his growing collection. He’s been eyeing some burgundy and wanted to try on the Prophesy | Breton. Unfortunately, Haight Street was out of his size. Of course, our friends never disappoint. They ended up bringing out a pair of the Value | Gratitude in burgundy for the Manpanion to try on. Here’s what they looked like:

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I loved this – especially since the Manpanion does not have anything like it. Plus, they are currently on sale! The Manpanion ranges between a size 9-10. I’m not sure what size he ended up getting, but he did say that they were a little pinchy. We came back to have the boots stretched. Viola! They are now perfect and he’s worn them quite a bit since purchasing them. Check out the Manpanion patiently waiting for his mint mojito iced coffee at Philz:

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If you’re a Flueddict and want to be featured on this blog, please feel free to email us at: fortheloveofvogs@gmail.com. We’d love to see your collection!

Cheers to men who Vog our world!

j-ro

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Author: jlrondilla

Joanne L. Rondilla, is a scholar, writer, and educator (not necessarily in that order). She received her Ph.D. at UC Berkeley in Ethnic Studies and her B.A. in Art Studio and Asian American Studies at UC Santa Barbara. Her research focuses on beauty, race, gender, the body, and colonialism. She is the co-author of "Is Lighter Better? Skin Tone Discrimination Among Asian Americans" (with Paul Spickard) and the co-editor of "Pacific Diaspora: Island Peoples in the United States and Across the Pacific" (with Paul Spickard and Debbie Hippolite-Wright). Born and raised in Dededo, Guam, Joanne currently works in Arizona, but considers the San Francisco Bay area home (and goes back as often as she can). Outside of the academy, she has more than twelve years of work experience in the cosmetics industry as a skincare specialist and make-up artist. While she's not an Imelda Marcos fan, Joanne does love her Fluevogs!

One thought on “men who Vog

  1. ah, another great choice by your Manpanion! that color is fantastic.

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