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Shoe Shops in Paris anyone?

(6 Posts)
lifeisabowlofcherries Sat 24-Oct-15 09:47:54

Have 24 hours in Paris in a couple of weeks staying in 6th arrondissement. Looking to do Bon Marche etc but really want a pair of lovely boots - I know Paris is full of shoe shops but would love any recommendations to help me maximise my time as it is such a fleeting trip.

Kennington Sat 24-Oct-15 10:39:06

Minelli is great and reasonably priced. They have them all over
Rue de rivoli near hotel de ville

Rattitude Sun 25-Oct-15 17:27:51

There are quite a few shoe shops on rue St-Placide which links Le Bon Marche to rue de Rennes. It might also be worth checking Rue de Rennes too.

Rattitude Sun 25-Oct-15 17:30:13

Re. Minelli, I once got bitten... I bought a lovely pair of shoes and the heels fell apart and started curling up as soon as I wore them in the rain.

They eventually replaced the heels but the new ones are rubber and do not look as good as the original ones did.

So, I would recommend that you carefully examine the quality of the workmanship of any shoes you buy there.

Branleuse Sun 25-Oct-15 17:32:24

be warned, France is really expensive for shoes.

Twinklestein Sun 25-Oct-15 19:32:06

Robert Clergerie - one of my favs but v expensive - is 5 rue du Cherche-Midi. There's a good one next to it called Orcel & one across the road called Traffic Jam (not so good) & next to that - Atelier Mercadal - which is good for boots but has weird Eurotrash courts.

A bit further along is JB Martin - which is really good value - does good boots if you have slim legs.

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