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Shoes/sandals to go with a 50s style dress

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KnitterInTheNW Mon 27-Jul-15 10:37:00

Morning all!
I've got the dress on the picture on this link to wear to a wedding in a couple of weeks. I've fallen a bit in love with the shoes that the model is wearing. Has anyone seen anything similar recently, but in black? I can't wear anything much taller than a kitten heel, I'm rubbish grin

Thanks!

NowhereNow Mon 27-Jul-15 10:51:15

Your link just takes me to the LindyBop contact us page (I'm on my phone so it might work for others).

KnitterInTheNW Mon 27-Jul-15 11:50:17

Yes, that's where the picture is on the main site.

It's this dress and the model is wearing the lovely shoes in one of the other views of the dress.

harderthanitlooks Mon 27-Jul-15 13:24:52

I've just seen something similar walking through bhs, there are a few on the website, sorry I'm on my phone can do links very well. Hope that helps!

123Jump Mon 27-Jul-15 13:38:42

Here.

KnitterInTheNW Mon 27-Jul-15 13:42:56

Thanks harder, I hadn't thought to look at BHS! Having a look through now smile

KnitterInTheNW Mon 27-Jul-15 13:58:54

123 those are stunning, but I wouldn't be able to stand up wearing them, let alone walk!

Spydra Mon 27-Jul-15 14:22:58

Since you linked to the contact page - why not contact them and ask them?

KnitterInTheNW Mon 27-Jul-15 15:14:23

I did, Spydra, but apparently the photographer brought them in when they had the pictures taken.

shopalot Mon 27-Jul-15 21:43:36

Have you tried looking in a dance shop. They look very much like ballroom sandals to me. http://www.dancedepot.co.uk/danceshoes/latinandballroom

shopalot Mon 27-Jul-15 21:44:07

[[http://www.dancedepot.co.uk/danceshoes/latinandballroom ]]

PrincessOfChina Mon 27-Jul-15 21:51:50

Try Rachel Simpson shoes. Amazing styles with good heel height but quite expensive.

KnitterInTheNW Tue 28-Jul-15 08:58:34

Thankyou for all your suggestions, I've checked them all out but still haven't found anything exactly right sad

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