Dressy brown shoes, do they exist?

(5 Posts)
ZillionChocolate Sat 22-Sep-12 19:41:03

I like the look of them, they are just on the right side of looking workish. Sadly, I don't think I could wear them. Although the heel is chunky, the surface area of the bottom of the heel is a bit too small I think.

I'm going to give Polyvore a go now. Thanks AndWhenYouGetThere!

I've been um-ing and ah-ing over these for a few days - what do you think?

www.polyvore.com/jump_womens_blossom_mary-jane_pump/thing?id=24935479

Polyvore is a useful site for this kind of search, as it takes in lots of shops.

ZillionChocolate Sat 22-Sep-12 18:04:36

Try again...

ZillionChocolate Sat 22-Sep-12 18:03:42

Here is the dress (hopefully).

ZillionChocolate Sat 22-Sep-12 18:02:03

I bought a turquoise with dark brown polka dots silk dress from LK Bennett thinking it'd be easy to get some appropriate shoes to wear to a wedding. More fool me. I've looked at John Lewis, House of Fraser, Office, Dune, Schuh, Carvela, Nine West, Hobbs, Asos, Coast, LK Bennett, M&S, next, jones, javari.

Where else can I look?!

My shoe rules are less than a 3 inch heel and they must be chunky heels. I don't like wedges. I'd really like to spend less than £75. I have fairly wide feet and whilst I don't require "wide" shoes, a thin strap over my feet is unlikely to look good. I'd rather have shoes than sandals.

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