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ItsMyLastOne Thu 19-May-16 14:15:22

I'm looking for hot pink/fuchsia heels, no more than 10cm heel, up to £100 absolute max, preferably leather, comfy for standing in for 12 hours for someone who rarely wears heels these days.
I've bought and returned loads, but need them for a wedding in two weeks. Help, please!

MrsLettuce Thu 19-May-16 15:25:24

again really like these but although they are suede the lining is synthetic so not sure if OK
yet more seude. Very nice. If the link doesn't work google ASOS Ted Baker Meshi Suede Heeled Shoes[[ and again
finally leathery leather but maybe not they style you're after

MrsLettuce Thu 19-May-16 15:30:26


ASOS google asos Ted Baker Meshi Suede Heeled Shoes if the link doesn't work
suede again
leathery leather but probably wrong style

burnishedsilver Thu 19-May-16 16:24:11

If you need to stand a long time in them I'd suggest Clarks.

MrsLettuce Thu 19-May-16 16:36:43

I saw those too but got the impression the op was after serious heels. If not [[ these]] are worth a look too.

MrsLettuce Thu 19-May-16 16:37:45

I couldn't stand for 2 hours in even comfy 10cm heels let alone 12 hours!

burnishedsilver Thu 19-May-16 16:39:46

If its serious heels you're after, then you're on the right track with thinking they don't exist.

nothingwittyhere Thu 19-May-16 17:48:31 if you're not frumpist (I am only happy in comfortable shoes). There's a pink but not sure it's vivid enough for you.

ItsMyLastOne Fri 20-May-16 09:29:17

Thanks for your help. I think I may be frumpest! I posted too quickly without explaining myself properly. I tend to find more enclosed shoes are more comfortable, something like a cage design, ankle strap, along those lines. My favourite so far are those Ted Baker ones though. I have the KG ones in navy and they look nice but my heel slips out of them all the time and you can't use a heel grip thingy because of the design. I'd prefer something with an 8-10cm heel, partly because I'm going with no kids and don't want to look as mumsy as I usually do!

EustachianTube Fri 20-May-16 09:36:31

How about looking at plain satin shoes (like wedding ones) that you could have dyed hot pink?

ItsMyLastOne Fri 20-May-16 13:00:17

I wouldn't even know where to start with that, I didn't know that was possible! Would you do it at a cobbler's?

EustachianTube Fri 20-May-16 22:01:45

They definitely offer it as a service in my nearest John Lewis, no idea where else might do it! Google wedding shoe dyeing nearby you?

southeastastra Fri 20-May-16 22:07:07


only 6 left


southeastastra Fri 20-May-16 22:08:38


phoolani Fri 20-May-16 22:09:57

BikeRunSki Fri 20-May-16 22:45:49

Havens look at Shoes of Prey.

AgentProvocateur Fri 20-May-16 22:53:18

What size are you? I have a pair of never worn (and never likely to be worn) fuchsia M&S heels, open toe. Suede. I'm in bed now, but if you're interested I can take a photo tomorrow.

Diddlydokey Fri 20-May-16 22:53:34

Diddlydokey Fri 20-May-16 22:53:46

Diddlydokey Fri 20-May-16 22:56:07

ItsMyLastOne Sat 21-May-16 18:16:23

I'm a size 4.

BikeRunSki I've actually got a pair of shoes of prey shoes ITW, but their shipping time probably isn't quick enough for this wedding so I wouldn't want to risk it.

I quite like the look of those Steve Madden caged ones. I hadn't thought to look at next and Selfridges, and I happen to have vouchers for each of them so I might push the budget a bit and buy from there.

I appreciate all your suggestions. smile

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