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Miss Kg Daphne

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Brand: Miss KG / Gender: women / Type: Pumps

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      16.11.2013 15:02
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      Great price!

      I bought these shoes in January this year for just £15.00 from Shoeaholics.com, a genuine website selling shoes and accessories from brands such as Kurt Geiger, Carvela, Nine West, Lipsy, Jessica Simpson and Vince Camuto for a fraction of their original selling prices.


      ~ Price and availability ~
      They are called Daphne and are by Miss KG, a cheaper section of the Kurt Geiger brand. They are
      available in black, nude or red.
      The nude pair are currently available from www.kurtgeiger.com or www.shoeaholics.com for £15.00, reduced from their original selling price of £55.00.
      The red pair sometimes come up on www.shoeaholics.com for £15.00, but the black pair are a bit more difficult to find now.
      The black pair are available on www.amazon.co.uk, where the seller is charging £44.99 plus postage.


      ~ Appearance ~
      I have the black pair of these shoes. They have quite a low heel at just 5cm (approximately 2 inches) and cute rounded toes. They are patent leather and look smart.


      ~ My thoughts ~
      I love these shoes and they are a pair that I regularly wear.
      The heels are quite low and the soles are padded so they are comfortable to wear and they look smart too.
      They have a classic style, which I think is essential for most women's shoe collections.
      They are a style that goes with almost anything. I have worn them with skirts, dresses and trousers so they are quite versatile and they can be used to smarten up a more casual outfit.
      I have worn these shoes numerous times for all different occasions. I have worn them to do the weekly shop, to visit family, to go to the theatre, to go out for food and even for a night out.
      They are comfortable to walk in. I have worn them for long periods and found that they don't rub or nip and my feet aren't aching by the time I get home.
      Having worn these shoes a good few times I have been impressed to find that there are no signs of wear on them. The patent leather remains in excellent condition and there is minimal wear to the soles so after almost a year they are still looking as good as new.
      They are my go-to shoes when I can't think of any shoes for an outfit. I have worn them for a night out, but they would not be my first choice of shoes if I was getting dressed up as I prefer to wear higher shoes for nights out. I think these shoes might look a little bit too low with a more dressed up outfit like a sparkly dress at the Christmas party, which I think would look better with a higher heel.
      I think these shoes would suit more mature women as well as younger women, as they tend to go for more sensible shoes and these have quite a low, stable heel and I could easily imagine a mature woman wearing them.
      I don't think I would buy the red version of these heels. I think they look a bit over the top, being bright red patent leather, yet having such a low heel. I would really have to think about how to style them. I do have red patent leather shoes in my shoe collection, but they have much higher heels and they look much nicer than these do in red.
      I would consider buying a nude pair. For £15.00 it is difficult to complain when they are so comfortable and versatile.
      I would definitely recommend these shoes.

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