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F&F Leopard Ballerina Flats

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Brand: F&F / Type: Ballerina

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      08.08.2012 23:39
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      A decent pair of pumps on a budget.

      I love flat shoes as I am not a fan of heels at all. I find they rub my feet and I struggle to balance properly. I much prefer comfy but stylish ballet pumps that I can wear in the day or dress up for night.

      These shoes definitely fit the bill for me. I love leopard print, it is a secret guilty pleasure of mine and I often can't resist buying myself something in this jungle cat print. These shoes are a nice indulgence because I will get a lot of wear out of them and the pattern makes them a pretty versatile item in my wardrobe.

      These are a ballerina style pump, with a curved toe which definitely suits my small feet. The material of the shoe is soft and smooth, almost like a faux suede, with leopard spots all over. I love the way they look and despite being a cheap shoe they actually manage to look more expensive than they are. There is a black cord trim around the rim of the shoe and a small black bow in the middle above the toes. I love these added touch as it gives them a well designed look and means they are still versatile. There is a slight rouching on parts of the shoe which I like as this is another details which adds a bit of glamour to a simple shoe. The material on the interior is also soft and comfy for me feet, with little irritation or rubbing.

      These are standard ballet pumps so obviously only really appropriate for light wear - i.e day time activities or a night out. Don't plan a hike and then dig these out to wear, they aren't appropriate for any heavy use and probably wouldn't withstand it. They are comfy for light use though which is perfect for what I use them for. They are very flat, with no heel and I still find they are pretty comfy after hours of wear. I never really had any rubbing of my heel or other parts of my foot which is always good too.

      I bought these shoes from Tesco for £8 which is very cheap for a pair of pumps. They are pretty good quality and will probably last me for a month or two so I am pretty happy.

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      16.06.2011 22:15
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      A nice ballerina pump!

      I really do like flat shoes as I have a rather sore Achilles heel more often than not. I love flip-flops, living by the sea however they're not always the most practical of things with the British weather being what it is of course!

      These lovely Ballerina style pumps, I spotted in my local Tesco store priced at £8.00 a pair and I decided that as they felt so comfy and looked great quality I'd treat myself to them at that price as they seemed a great buy!

      In sizes 3-9 (only sizes 3-4 are available online at www.tescodirect.com to purchase at the moment) these come in a lovely leopard print finish which is soft and smooth material made up of a darkish cream background with brown and black spots all over them. The top of the shoe where you pop your foot into is trimmed with a thickish black cord and finished with a small black bow to the front centre of them that is well fixed on. They are rounded toed with no cushioning inside really but black soft material and the sole of these is textured black rubber to give grip when walking etc which is good enough though not great for mountaineering and the likes lol.

      These in my opinion are like wearing really nice slippers. Ok they are not cushioned but they are soft and the feet don't slip around in them and they are perfectly flat and true to size in my humble opinion and although I wear mine often they haven't gone loose or anything like that.

      I have found them to be shower proof though not rain proof and haven't had any issues with these at all. They're versatile and attractive and not one bit tacky for printed/patterned footwear and they get a really big thumbs up from me.

      Only available from Tesco stores.

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