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Do I like these shoes or hate them ?

(36 Posts)
LardLizard Fri 31-Mar-17 19:49:36

Can't make up my mind
After some tan or maybe nude wedges for the spring summer
Here

Theimpossiblegirl Fri 31-Mar-17 20:07:34

I just got the homepage so can't tell.

ChishandFips33 Fri 31-Mar-17 20:07:49

Me too

rollonthesummer Fri 31-Mar-17 20:08:28

Which shoes?

RealHouswifeofBury Fri 31-Mar-17 20:11:10

I like them. I have something similar that I got last summer from next.

ChishandFips33 Fri 31-Mar-17 20:13:27

link didn't work so browsed

Strangely drawn to these!

user1487015199 Fri 31-Mar-17 20:14:11

I love them, but I love dune wedges

MrsPringles Fri 31-Mar-17 20:17:44

I like them but I think they're a bit Kate Middleton-esque

BusterGonad Fri 31-Mar-17 20:19:02

I agree with MrsP.

LardLizard Fri 31-Mar-17 20:45:54

Here

LardLizard Fri 31-Mar-17 20:46:23

Here

LardLizard Fri 31-Mar-17 20:47:19

THe kia ones

Or are they any others you thinks are nicer ?

ScarlettFreestone Fri 31-Mar-17 20:52:16

My friend has those, she looks great in them.

Doobigetta Fri 31-Mar-17 20:58:15

They aren't offensive or ugly, but they're a bit safe and dull. I'd want something a bit more laid-back or funky.

Doobigetta Fri 31-Mar-17 21:00:35

These ones are similar but a bit cooler

www.dunelondon.com/kali-t-bar-espadrille-wedge-sandal-0081505410006511/

JackandBump Fri 31-Mar-17 21:13:18

I have them, I like them! They're v comfy - I wear them for work in the summer with skinny suit trousers. I am also strangely drawn to those boot things.... hmm

CaoNiMartacus Fri 31-Mar-17 21:30:26

I have these! I like them but I find that the sling-back slips down quite easily.

MadameCholetsDirtySecret Fri 31-Mar-17 21:31:54

I don't like them. Sorry. Perhaps they look better with a foot in them.

10Betty10 Fri 31-Mar-17 21:59:01

Sorry if I sound rude, but Tesco (and most other supermarkets) do a variation on those every year without fail.

LardLizard Sat 01-Apr-17 00:17:35

If you don't like them, what should I get instead

WhataHexIgotinto Sat 01-Apr-17 01:20:51

Sorry if I sound rude, but Tesco (and most other supermarkets) do a variation on those every year without fail.

Why does this matter?

KickAssAngel Sat 01-Apr-17 01:31:31

Ever since these photos, wedges like these have been somewhat ubiquitous.

However, I have a blue peep-toe version which I get loads of compliments on, go great with things for work, and are comfortable enough to be on my feet all day.

LadyOfTheCanyon Sat 01-Apr-17 07:57:30

Hex I think it means they're about£40 cheaper in Tescos. smile

10Betty10 Sat 01-Apr-17 10:29:11

Hex-As lady says. Also, was attempting to say that they look like cheaper shoes without trying to be nasty. Am unsure why you decided to make an issue of that.

Imamouseduh Sat 01-Apr-17 10:36:40

Can't get excited about them, but they're a safe option that will probably go with everything.

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