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Strappy, sparkly sandals for Christmas BUT with covered toe?

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RedMapleLeaf Sun 15-Nov-15 18:36:46

I'd like some sparkly sandals to wear with dresses but I need to be able to wear them with sheer tights. Any ideas?

Or alternatives for wearing short hemlines with legs that need a bit of a helping hand?

GreenHamNoeggs Sun 15-Nov-15 18:42:17

These?

RedMapleLeaf Sun 15-Nov-15 18:53:23

I like those, but I would usually spend about £40 on sandals and a lot more on walking boots. The other thing is that I'm not keen on pointy shoes as I have long toes and feel self-conscious about having big feet.

My feet are a 6 or 6 1/2. Is that big?

amazonianwoman Sun 15-Nov-15 18:56:57

They're lovely! No you don't have big feet, I'm 7.5-8 and I'd buy them. In fact I might. DD age 11 has size 6 feet!

RedMapleLeaf Sun 15-Nov-15 18:58:45

I used to wear a 7 or an 8. I think my feet have shrunk with age and weightloss. Who knows?

Cheaper suggestions very welcome.

TheMightyMing Sun 15-Nov-15 19:42:40

Some one posted a John Lewis own brand pair which were virtually identical but only £59. I love them but I like a much higher heel. Have a look on the JL website? These are nice but not worth £100.

gincamelbak Sun 15-Nov-15 19:45:34

I have a pair of Red or Dead Dorothy heels. Silver glittery shoes witha round to. Gorgeous.

tinkywinkyshandbag Sun 15-Nov-15 19:47:59

They are lively shoes. Bit pricey though for something you would not get much wear out of. My feet are size 7 and I'm only 5 foot 4. They grew half a size with each child!

tinkywinkyshandbag Sun 15-Nov-15 19:48:39

Lovely not lively!

gincamelbak Sun 15-Nov-15 19:56:54

The Dorothy shoes? I got them as a Christmas present 3 years ago and have worn them to two weddings, two Christmas days, a burns Night and a few other days and nights out. I loves them and would wear them all the time given half a chance. Quite.comfy too.

captainflash Sun 15-Nov-15 20:21:23

I was trying to find the Red or Dead Dorothy's but came across these. V v v sparkly and quite cheap too:
(I can't do short links- sorry!)

www.schuh.co.uk/womens/schuh-all-that-jazz-multi-low-heels/1223609960/

BikeRunSki Sun 15-Nov-15 20:21:46

these? glittery Mary Janes

BikeRunSki Sun 15-Nov-15 20:23:44

silver glitter stilletos

captainflash Sun 15-Nov-15 20:25:56

I really shouldn't have looked at them. I think I may need them in my life now....,,

abigamarone Sun 15-Nov-15 22:28:48

shuwish.com/collections/christmas-2015/products/new-york-champagne-gold-glitter-ankle-strap-pointed-high-heel-court-shoes
This sort of thing?

RedMapleLeaf Sun 15-Nov-15 23:12:06

Oh my god, you lot are great at this.

I have spent 200% of my November clothing budget and we're not even half way through the month yet.

RedMapleLeaf Sun 15-Nov-15 23:12:20

What are you like with dating advice?

BrendaandEddie Mon 16-Nov-15 07:49:17

There's a John Lewis alternative to the mint velvet ones. Half the price. Called Blake

BrendaandEddie Mon 16-Nov-15 07:49:45

Not the shuwish ones IMO. Trashy

BrendaandEddie Mon 16-Nov-15 07:51:47

m.johnlewis.com/mt/www.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-blake-occasion-closed-court-shoes-silver/p1997698?un_jtt_v_pdp=yes&un_jtt_v_from_product=un_product_10#page_loaded

Vaia Tue 17-Nov-15 14:57:43

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RedMapleLeaf Tue 17-Nov-15 16:07:24

I haven't clicked on the bit.ly link!

I've ended up going more for shoes than sandals, although I have heard of a legend of toe-less tights. My dresses ended up quite sparkly (I was only supposed to buy one, nevermind) so I don't mind making my shoes a bit less glitzy and a bit more comfortable.

WheresMyCow Tue 17-Nov-15 16:22:47

Oasis Glitter Heel at Asos

This is the bit.ly link for you...they're lovely grin

RedMapleLeaf Tue 17-Nov-15 16:25:57

Thank you smile

Diddlydokey Tue 17-Nov-15 16:28:09

m.dorothyperkins.com/h5/product?productId=22332807

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