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I'll snog anyone who can find me suitable tan wedges or sandals.....ARGH!

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madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 19:04:33

I'm having a nightmare, posted on here a few weeks ago and I am still on the hunt! I need mid heel (a scary height for me as i'm usually flats or sky high), tan leather wedges or slides or sandals...

Not keen on a block heel, I can't do an ankle strap as it cuts off my legs or anything from clarks shock.

I LOVE these but they are all either way too high or way too £££.. Budget up to £60 - £70




I have exhausted the high street, if anyone can find me something perfect to race after the kids in and still look stylish in shorts or dress I would SNOG you!

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 20:25:20

Ha ha, I love you for trying tho!

I seem to feel there is a GAP IN THE MARKET if any shoe manufacturers are watching! Just want an on trend, mid heel, tan leather wedge or sandal....

<goes off to tear out hair> <weep>

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 20:26:46

I saw those irl chocolatecheesecake lovely but I don't wear alot of yellow sad

LittlePandaBear Sun 17-Mar-13 20:26:54

Last try Russell & Bromley but guess they're too bling for daytime.

CockBollocks Sun 17-Mar-13 20:27:22

any of these?

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 20:30:45

I can't see anything that I like in Next but thanks cockbollocks

LittlePandaBear you get a snog for trying ...... (and yes those are too bling for me!)

LittlePandaBear Sun 17-Mar-13 20:35:37

blush wink

Hanginggardenofboobylon Sun 17-Mar-13 20:39:35

Have tried searching on Shopstyle? Gives you a wide range of retailers in one place.

LittlePandaBear Sun 17-Mar-13 20:47:12

Yoox - there are millions of wedges on here, have a look through (although most are too high)

Okay, am definitely leaving it to you now, before I buy more shoes myself! smile

EarlyInTheMorning Sun 17-Mar-13 20:53:42

CockBollocks Sun 17-Mar-13 20:57:37


CockBollocks Sun 17-Mar-13 21:00:02


nilbyname Sun 17-Mar-13 21:02:56

op I really like the dune ones you linked to with the woven ropey bit across the food and the stud detailing on the side. Not mumsy.

I am concerned about your mention of cropped you mean ankle skimming or full on Capri? I think Capri pants par a real danger into a full on mum look. What's next, tunics?

FreyaKItty Sun 17-Mar-13 21:14:48

I saw these in a newspaper supplement and thought they were lovely (euro pricing so look more expensive). I'd just bought 70's style sandals from boden otherwise I would have bought them
Still might !
I was suprised to see they were Ecco.

JesusBuiltMyHotrod Sun 17-Mar-13 21:16:12

[ Too espadrilley?]]

JesusBuiltMyHotrod Sun 17-Mar-13 21:16:46

Link fail... I'll try that again

freerangeeggs Sun 17-Mar-13 21:22:00

Clarks actually have quite a nice range... (never thought I'd say that! Bet they're comfy too)

I really likethese

tethersend Sun 17-Mar-13 21:24:31

Land's end

tethersend Sun 17-Mar-13 21:26:32

Nothing like you asked for and too expensive

You're welcome.

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 21:42:27

nilbyname fear not, i'm talking cigarette leg ankle grazers... <breath>

freerangeeggs sorry, can't.

tethers Landsend ones too fugly. LOVE the Jaegar ones tho - yeah, a REAL help.. envy

friendlymum67 Sun 17-Mar-13 21:42:54

These?? I'm an invigilator and am desperately seeking something ultra comfortable for summer!!

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 21:43:43

JesusBuiltMyHotrod don't like the foliage, but thanks for looking....

madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 21:44:45

friendlymum67 nice style but whats with the incipid colour. SO much nicer if in tan leather....

tethersend Sun 17-Mar-13 21:46:56

New look



madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 21:49:56

Hobbs ones looks ok tethers, never keen on a T bar if i'm honest but may be worth a try.. (other 2 not my thang)

Also just seen NEXT i'm breaking my ankle strap rule but they seem quite un fugly imo??


madammecholet Sun 17-Mar-13 21:51:49

Maybe i'll order Hobbs & Next ones and snog tethers and myself grin grin

altho happy to snog you all for looking tbh..... wink

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