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I saw a lovely pair of flat non toe post sandals they had along the central strip a large round navy stone then flat oblong of brighter blue leather.Have you seen anything similarThe lady was in Erddig yesterday she looked lovely navy trousers not linen, white long sleeved top.Those shoes I felt scruffy yesterday had on James Perse v neck t shirt soft pink white Phase eight jeans. Beige ballet flats looked wrong.
I love a jewelled shoe. Must be the magpie in me.These are lovely but still too expensive for me.I also love a bargain.www.joules.com/en-GB/Womens-Shoe/Marine-Navy/K_TAMIE/ProductDetail.raction
thanks wheezer I might have magpie qualities too ! the sandals were strappy flats like sliders but with a back strap. I only saw three people who I thought looked stylish yesterday... but those sandals I coveted too much to not try and locate I drew a blank on my google search.
If you fancy silver (or green in a few sizes), Boden still have these left in sale. www.boden.co.uk/en-GB/Clearance/Womens-Shoes-Boots/Sandals/AR461/Womens-Statement-Sandals.html?NavGroupID=11Have seen them and they are pretty. The ones you saw sound very different, though, so probably not much help!
not in size 4 lovely though poly and all links I appreciate. I will have a scour at Solihull tomorrow.
Good luck - think I might have to treat myself to a pair of those silver ones now they've been reduced (also a magpie).
saw some nice ones in accessorise sale today a tenner
oooh thanks Custardo I`ll be sure to make a visit tommorrow just looked online nice but limited selection.
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