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An alternative to the LK Bennett Sledge shoe?

(8 Posts)
SerendipityAlways Wed 08-May-13 13:54:11

Can anyone suggest an alterntive to the beautiful nude /taupe LK Bennett sledge shoe - possibly a cheaper alternative?

Crutchlow35 Wed 08-May-13 18:36:54

I have been researching this today as I ordered the sledge shoe but they are really high and I don't see the, being comfy. My research had come up with the following


marks and spencer

m&s again but higher

Crutchlow35 Wed 08-May-13 18:37:24

I have ordered the first marks and spencer ones but in black.

SerendipityAlways Fri 10-May-13 10:02:39

Thanks Crutchlow - I ordered the 39 which were waaaaay too small and the 40 was falling off my foot, so the sizing does seem to be a bit off as Im a regular size 40 in most shoes. Quite disappointed as I've been saving up for these shoes for months and had used all my recent ebay sales proceeds to buy them...but back they've gone! I will check out the m/s ones now...

emsyj Fri 10-May-13 10:49:22

I've got the synthetic £19.50 M and S ones that look identical to the leather ones for £49.50 and they are lovely, I'm not generally a fan of cheap shoes but was really pleased with them. I saw the leather version reviewed in a mag recently and they were highly praised - might get those too, in another colour!

Crutchlow35 Fri 10-May-13 13:24:20

Actually, yes I have the £19.50 M&S ones too in black and red but they make my feet smell!

emsyj Fri 10-May-13 14:03:13

Haha, I guess if you wear them every day they would do!!! My feet are naturally quite cheesy but I only wear heels for nights out at the moment so I am (hopefully) getting away with it. smile

Crutchlow35 Fri 10-May-13 18:18:26

Yes,cheesy feet. If I do wear them it is to work with pop socks

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