Product Details

  • A go-to style that’s anything but basic, this glossy pointy-toe Pigalle pump is refined with a daring slimmed-down stiletto that’s a hallmark of the Follies line.
  • Christian Louboutin’s iconic red sole—born from a brush with red nail lacquer—pops with each delightfully clicking step.
  • 4″ (100mm) heel (size 38.5).
  • Patent leather upper/calfskin leather lining and sole.
  • Wipe with a soft, dry cloth and store in a dust bag.
  • Please note that the red lacquer on the soles will wear off as a result of normal use.
  • To minimize the effect, avoid wearing these shoes in wet weather or on abrasive surfaces.
  • By Christian Louboutin; made in Italy.
  • Salon Shoes.

Christian Louboutin Pigalle Follies Reviews

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I ordered them in a size 37.7 which is a US size 7.5. I’m a 7 in all my other shoes but since I read that they run narrow, I thought I would go up half a size to compensate for how skinny the shoe is. I also ordered them from Saks which I knew I could exchange for a larger or smaller size if they didn’t fit. I’m just not a very good heel person if that makes any sense. I have never found a pair of pumps that I can wear for hours upon hours at a time.… Read more »
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The main difference between the Pigalle Follies and the So Kate is the toe box. The So Kate toe box is much longer. You would have much more toe cleavage wearing the Pigalle Follies compared to the So Kate. The original Pigalle toe box (not pictured) is also smaller than the So Kate toe box.

The heels on both the So Kate and the Pigalle Follies are actually very similar. They are both very sleek and thin. The heel on the original Pigalle (not pictured) is not as skinny as both the Pigalle Follies and the So Kate.

VIP Reviewer

With my tiny collections here, my personal favorite is the original Pigalle. I really love its look and I think it’s the perfect model of how a high heel shoe should be. I also love that it has a more stable heel, though sacrificing the sexy-look of the stilettos in Pigalle Follies, and I also love how comfortable the toebox is and the height is just perfect for a more casual-business look.



I somehow managed to find the nude in my size in store. I typically wear a 7 (37) and while the 37s did fit fine, I went with the 37.5s and I’m glad I did. After 5 or so wears they have formed to my foot and are by far the most comfortable heels I own. Plus they’ve held up great, which I’d expect at this price point. These were my first pair of Louboutins and they certainly won’t be my last!



These Pigalle Follies are gorgeous however they do run small! I wear a size 9.5 but I got them in a size 40. They take a while to break into, especially because they are a high heel hight with no platform! I would recommend breaking them in on carpet. Also getting the rubber protector put on the bottom from a professional shoe store, it helps a lot! I got …(see original comment)

Shoes queen

Love my shoes

My true size is a 9(39) but in the loubs im a 11(41). They cut real small.


Perfect Nude Pump

This shoe is such a good investment! I got them in nude, and I couldn’t be more pleased. They are SO easy to walk in. The toe box is narrow so I would suggest going a half size up. I’m a true 7 and I got them in a 7.5 (37.5) .. they were still a little tight but the leather stretched after a few wears and now they fit perfect.

Simply Fashionable

Spectacular style and color!

Love the style of this shoe, it’s very sexy! The color is a vibrant hot pink and the patent leather, really makes this shoe pop! It runs small so be sure to order a size up!


Beautiful footwear

Lovely shoe but toebox is a bit short. I strongly suggest you go up a half a size when purchasing

Brand Details

Known for his iconic red-soled shoes, Christian Louboutin is synonymous with fashion and luxury. Whether classic or cutting-edge, his shoes leave their wearer feeling sexy and strong—the Parisian brand’s modus operandi. Louboutin eventually expanded into handbags that match the daring of his shoes, and into cosmetics—including lipstick and nail lacquer—designed in striking, collectible containers.