The Return of American Idol

American Idol is back showcasing the talented and not-so talented. You can’t be a music icon without great style but GuidoMaggi elevator shoes can help get you to the top!

Last month saw the return to our screens of the hit reality TV show, American Idol, with Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan taking their seats on the judging panel and Ryan Seacrest returning as host. We all know by now that it’s not just about having a fantastic voice that the judges want – it’s about the whole package; style, personality, charisma and the great voice and talent. But when it comes to fashion, there are a few things that can help and some stylish footwear is definitely one of them.

With elevator shoes by GuidoMaggi, you can take your style performance to the next level and step on stage with added confidence. GuidoMaggi luxury elevator shoes can increase your height; making you taller while increasing your self esteem. But these height increasing shoes are unique. Each shoe is handcrafted in Italy by skilled GuidoMaggi artisans, using the finest leathers to create a stylish product that is comfortable and on trend. Ryan Seacrest, for example, is just 5 foot 7, but appears much taller on stage and screen.

To take a leaf out of Ryan’s book for his red carpet style, opt for a high gloss shoe, such as the Leuca, able to add up to 3.1 inches to your height. And we all know Simon Cowell likes to increase his height by wearing luxury height increasing shoes on every occasion to make himself taller – perhaps that’s why he’s so confident.


Frequently standing in for Ryan Seacrest on Live, with Kelly and Ryan, Mark Consuelos knows how to rock an “idol” look and appear taller than his 5 foot 8 height. Get his sophisticated casual look with the Croco Jacket by GuidoMaggi. This iconic jacket, handmade with saltwater crocodile leather is the perfect accessory for a classic jeans and T-shirt style for smart or casual events.


Thor is also a must-have, ideal for spring and handmade in exotic pirarucu leather.