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Please can anyone help me find shoes like these?

(21 Posts)
SlateSilver Sun 18-Jan-15 21:47:55

BUT in grey or navy?

Leather or patent (not suede)

Heel this shape & height

Good quality and comfortable!

I've searched and searched. Any ideas for brands who do this type of style as their bread & butter? Run out of search ideas.

SlateSilver Sun 18-Jan-15 21:53:58

If not grey or navy then in nude patent. Here's more pics.

DaftSkunk Sun 18-Jan-15 22:02:33

Kind of similar

DaftSkunk Sun 18-Jan-15 22:04:34

Sorry just read you didn't want suede type shoes.

SlateSilver Sun 18-Jan-15 22:12:21

Thanks but as you saw - no suede. They need to be ok in the rain. I have a bit of a walk from where I park the car to work.

Confusedfedup Sun 18-Jan-15 22:24:24

this one in Jones'? (sorry i don't know how to link nicely)

hellsbellsmelons Mon 19-Jan-15 14:56:20

But anything similar to your pics are all Prada so depends on budget really.

hellsbellsmelons Mon 19-Jan-15 15:00:39

similar but still prada
and more prada

Missymum6 Mon 19-Jan-15 15:05:07

I don't know if this is any help but saw some similar on here

AlphaBravoHenryFoxtons Mon 19-Jan-15 16:54:34

smart patent navy block heel shoes from Hobbs

Georgina1975 Mon 19-Jan-15 18:18:00

Have you tried Ecco

They have lots of similar-ish styles?

SlateSilver Mon 19-Jan-15 19:34:16

Thank you for trying!
The Jones ones have a totally different heel shape, the beige Prada have gold across the front (can't wear gold), the next three Prada ones are all black - I need grey or navy!

Will look through Ecco now!

SlateSilver Mon 19-Jan-15 20:04:42

I'd forgoe the squared off toe if the heels weren't Sky high on the Hobbs ones. If only I could chop a bit off the heel 7cms is just too high.

There must be some out there somewhere - heeeeeelp!

AlphaBravoHenryFoxtons Tue 20-Jan-15 21:05:49 Might these Peter Kaiser shoes work?

SlateSilver Tue 20-Jan-15 22:07:40

Not really a bow on my shoes type of person but I'm getting desperate! Was seeing if I could talk myself into them but...Can you believe they don't make them in size 8! Thank you so much for trying - don't give up! Will send chocolate if we find the elusive shoe!

AlphaBravoHenryFoxtons Wed 21-Jan-15 08:16:49

Gabor block heel shoes in navy leather from John Lewis It doesn't show a very good view of the block heel.

AlphaBravoHenryFoxtons Wed 21-Jan-15 08:21:24

The toes are a bit pointy and the heel may be insufficientky blocky.

SlateSilver Wed 21-Jan-15 21:04:04

'Fraid your right especially about the heel. Thabks for keeping looking...

AlphaBravoHenryFoxtons Thu 22-Jan-15 12:12:15

SlateSilver - It's quite shocking that navy leather square toe block heel shoes with non vertiginous height don't appear to exist. One would have thought it was a work staple.

Are they for a special occasion, a wedding outfit or something? Is there a reason that suede won't do? I think suede is lovely but I do see it's not as crisp and dressy as leather.

There isn't enough navy in the shops and there's far too much black.

SlateSilver Thu 22-Jan-15 22:01:42

I totally agree Alpha. There are tons and tons of gorgeous grey or navy shoes about if you want sky high stilettos. I honestly don't know anyone that wears stiletos to work. I mean, I know some people do but it's hardly average work footwear is it?!

My only reason for not wanting suede is because I walk about 5-10 mins from the car park to work on uneven pavements and there always seems to be puddles. Patent leather repels water and looks fab day in day out with no effort on my part. Even normal leather would be ok but suede is rather more easy to spoil!

SlateSilver Sun 25-Jan-15 00:21:06

These would be PERFECT! Can anyone find them anywhere in a size 8? Style is spot on and this colour would work really well.

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