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Closed Toe Sandals- help!

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MrsRedFly Fri 03-Jun-16 21:25:07

I need any recommendations for closed toe sandals - have lost my big toenail and it's not a good look for summer!

LindyHemming Sat 04-Jun-16 05:17:54

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RaisingSteam Sat 04-Jun-16 19:46:17

Keens (sporty)
Fly London have a few wedge ones

MrsRedFly Sun 05-Jun-16 20:54:34

Thanks! Just have to hope I'll get the wear out of them!

I'm wondering how long it takes for a nail to grow too??!!

Orchidflower1 Sun 05-Jun-16 20:58:18

You can get " fake " toenails done with french manicure style- not sure where from but a colleague had a wedding to attend and she had lost her big toenail too. They didn't look too shabby although obviously only a short term solution in case you really need open toes 👣

StepfauxWife Sun 05-Jun-16 20:58:28

How about some Salt Waters?,60/2478945008

HelpALostCause Sun 05-Jun-16 20:59:56

I can help, maybe. DS got an infection at the base of a finger nail at the beginning of March. It finally grew out to the top and fell off on Thursday. The nice new nail is just over half way up his finger, the rest of it is misshapen nail where the new nail grew under the infected bit.

Littleorangecat Sun 05-Jun-16 21:10:45

Google clarks 'Henderson luck'. Ive got a pair of these this year and last and they are great.

Kirriemuir Sun 05-Jun-16 21:11:58

I like these

MrsRedFly Sun 05-Jun-16 21:13:56

Well I have a wedding to go to in August maybe poor toe won't look too hideous!

I usually but cheap flimsy sandals every year but maybe they'll last longer if I spend more?

WhereTheFuckIsMyCunt Sun 05-Jun-16 21:17:03

It takes six months for a nail to grow back.

It was a question on The Chase this week, Chaser got it wrong!

228agreenend Sun 05-Jun-16 21:19:53

I've got Josef Seibel sandals which I love. They not the cheapest of shows, but are well made, last well, and are so comfy. I have two pairs in different colours, and live in them.

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