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I bought these shoes because they are so pretty, I had a wedding coming up and I wanted to wear these with a cobalt blue knee length dress. I don't normally wear a stiletto heel, but I'm obsessed with lace so I thought why not! I tend to wear quite a thick heel, I prefer the stability that it gives. But I thought that as the shoes don't look that high, that it would be fine.
Oh My God ... these shoes, after a day of dancing, were so painful! I should have known!! Most beautiful things are completely not practical! There was a shoe sale on, so luckily I didn't have to pay full price for them. They feel quite tight in the toe area & they rub on the back of the shoe. I don't have particularly wide feet either, so I feel that most people would suffer this issue. The shoe is quite hard material which means it would last long.
Normally, you can't go wrong with New Look shoes. I have so many of them, in all shapes & sizes without any problem. Although not always a 'high heel' wearer, I can wear heels throughout the night without too much pain normally. I couldn't last very long from these shoes at all unfortunately. As soon as I stood up in them, I knew that they would be painful!
I feel that they will be a pair of shoes that will live in the bottom of my wardrobe which I will forever look at longingly that maybe, one day, they won't hurt my feet....
After seeing these online in the sale at just £10 reduced from £25 i had to buy them. However i cant help feeling they were in the sale for a reason. these shoes were not comfortable at all, they hurt the arch in my feet so much i couldnt wear them for more than 2 hours, which is shocking as i wear high shoes often and for much longer periods. I found that they kept rubbing at the back despite being the right size, So obviously i found this was a huge issue, the rubbing caused huge blisters at the back of my feet which made wearing any shoes at all very painful for at least a week after.
The issue with the rubbing also made it so they were difficult to walk in, i stumbles about trying to keep them from feeling they were about to come off (although im pretty sure they wouldnt have come off, it just felt as if they would)..... After wearing them just once they now live under my bed never to be worn again (or not often at least) while the shoes looked nice on, they have a beautiful lace texture to them, and i accept that beauty is pain, there are nicer shoes in the world, in fact even nicer shoes just in new look, which cause less suffering to my feet. You may think £10 is a bargain, but i urge you to think again! if you think nice shoes for such a cheap price is worth the pain, then im pointing out now that this was my original view!
I would also like to point out that the shoes are not particularly good quality, they seemed scuffed and looked more worn just from my 2 hour nightmare than many of my shoes which i wear all the time....despite all my negative words about these shoes however, i do have to say that they go with pretty much anything, look nice while on, are not too high at only around 3inch heels, and if your looking for a pair of high shoes to wear just for a very brief period (such as interview shoes which i will be re-wearing these nightmare shoes to next week) then £10 is probably worth it, but only just.
New Look is a clothing retailer with stores that can be found on just about every British high street. It also has stores in Belgium, France, the Republic of Ireland and UAE. To me New Look is definitely a teenager store. The clothes are very on-trend, fairly cheap and of an ok quality. I would say that their position on the high street would be lower than Topshop/Oasis/Warehouse etc and sort of on a par with Dorothy Perkins, etc. They are to me a step above Primark.
The thing I do like about New Look though is their shoes. I think New Look do a great shoe range. Yes, some are quite tacky and ugly looking but one in a while you will find a really nice pair of work shoes or summer sandals for £20 or less. They do a great range of ballet pumps, all in the latest styles and also some great flip flops during summer. I tend to always go to the shoes first to see if they have something nice in. Recently I bought a pair of shoes for £3 in the sale, a complete bargain and you don't mind if you only get a couple of wears out of them. That being said one of my good shoe purchases in their has been these Lace Court Shoes.
If you are looking for a pair of fairly nice looking, go with anything, somewhat sexy shoes then these are the shoes for you. The shoes themselves have a midsize heel. They are not too high, not too low so they give your leg a nice lift without being towering shoes that you cannot walk in. They are comfortable but I find if I wear the, for a long long time the ball of my feet does hurt a little bit but this is after many hours. There is not much cushioning in the inside of the shoe so I think this is why but as they are a cheap shoe you do not expect them to be the best thing ever made.
The outside I think is the nicest part of the shoe and makes them look a lot more expensive than they really are. The black lace covering the shoe has a really nice pattern to it and makes these shoes a nice dressy shoe. I tend to wear this shoe with dresses but it also goes with skinny jeans to really show them off or regular jeans and trousers as well. On the outside of the shoe opening is a black ribbon detail and at the back of the shoe there is a bow made out of the ribbon. I think this is a really nice detail on the shoe and makes it look a bit different than just an ordinary lace shoe.
I bought these shoes about a year ago now but I tend to see them now and again in New Look when I go in so I think they are probably one of their staple shoes that they bring back now and again. I think I bought these for about the £15-£20 region and have lasted well but for a bit of heel wear down but all in all a nice fashion purchase.
I love high heels, even if my feet kill at the end of the day. This may be in part due to the fact that I am not very tall (5'3) and wearing heels makes me taller. Also I find weirdly that my posture improves and I feel my posture improving. It has been said that heels are not good for the calf muscles as it stretches them and it can cause a reduction is stature over the long term. This kind of defeats the point of wearing heals (to gain stature) but I will still wear them. I generally won't wear heels higher than 4 inches because it hurts too much and I could easily fall over. I wear kitten heels after work rather than flat shoes because it becomes really obvious how short I am otherwise.
When out shopping on those rare days I have off I went into New Look. Shoes from here are very much you get what you pay for in my experience. The reason I say this is because quite a lot of their shoes are at a bargain price but I have experienced the downside to this which is that they do not last very long. They are prone to wear and tear and generally have a shelf life of 6 months max before they become unwearable. The types of shoes I get from here are the ones that I know I will not wear for more than 3-4 months. I had to go to an engagement party and so I decided that I need a pair of shoes to go with the dress I had bought.
These lace court shoes looked really good on the shelf but I did think that the colour was a bit too light but when I tried it on I realised it wasn't too bad. I hadn't seen lace designed shoes before and they looked very sexy. Also they went really well with my plain black dress. The heels are just the right size for me. High enough to look taller without me falling over. The shoes are quite comfortable and even though the heel is not that thick. The thinner heals are the most uncomfortable no matter how many inches it is.
They are not the best quality that money could buy but I only paid £20 for them and I did get to wear them enough to justify the cost. They are not shoes that will stand the test of time so don't get these if you need shoes that will last a year or two. The heel did start to wear away after 6-7 times of wearing them and this made the heels quite uneven.
Overall these are very pretty shoes that can make a plain outfit come to life. They are cheap and the quality is such but they are good if you only wear them for a couple of months.
I purchased these New Look Lace Court Shoes back in August to attend a wedding. I was wearing a black skirt and lace top, so thought these shoes would go nicely.
**Price and Availability**
Obviously being New Look shoes they are only available in branches of New Look, and as I haven't seen them in smaller branches (such as Manchester Trafford Centre) I would recommend you go to a larger store such as Manchester Arndale or Leeds Crown Point.
The shoes cost £20 at full price but have since been spotted at £10 half price in the sale - a bargain!
You can also purchase New Look shoes on the New Look website though postage is applicable.
The shoes aren't a lace print - they are genuinely lacy, with a black lace seemingly glued over a dark silver shoe. The shoe is lined around the edge with a fairly coarse black ribbon and has ribbon detail to the rear. For that reason they're best worn with tights as you get the whole effect - this is hidden under trousers, though of course the rounded off court style is visible.
The heel isn't the largest I've purchased from the New Look shoe range at a modest approx 3inch. This gives me a decent height, elongates the leg, but allows for dancing!
Overall the look is very smart, very sleek and dare I say even sexy. The shoes are probably a little dressy for work, but are great for any number of more formal social events or dressier occasions.
The fit of the shoe is in full sizes and I find New Look shoes ever so slightly wider which makes for better comfort.
Overall I'd say yes they're comfortable for a few hours of wear, but I wouldn't wear them to go shopping, to walk a long way or when looking after children - obviously flat shoes with some support would be a lot better for that. But for court shoes I'd say they're fairly comfy as long as you get the right fit. I haven't needed to use gel pads and on the first time I wore them (to the wedding) there was no blistering. The shoes are watertight, and you can walk through a puddle or out in the rain with confidence - you won't get wet toes.
I would recommend these shoes, they are very pretty, and for the price, are great value for money. I think they look a lot more expensive than £20 - I've seen similar shoes on the high street for £50. They have lasted me through various nights out, and are as good as new - despite being 'lace', they're very durable and extremely hard to scuff, scratch or stain. They are a nice accompaniment to any outfit and look great with most colours without being a plain black court.
So overall, I'm going to give this pair of shoes a 5/5 - whilst they're not a designer brand and they're more throwaway fashion than durable footwear, they're pretty (and let's face it, some shoes just need to be pretty!) and they're inexpensive. They've certainly been worth the £20 I paid for them and they're still in my wardrobe (and being eyed up for a forthcoming Christening!!).
Well done New Look on creating quality, low-cost fashion shoes which don't cripple you!
I love shoes, love, love, love them! They are one of my favourite things to own in life and I usually go out with the girls just once a month now because of being a busy mother of four. When I go out I like to wear some new shoes as this is one of the things that I treat myself with in life. New Look shoes are not my favourite brand but I sometimes visit this store with my eldest daughter (almost 15) and I spotted a few nice pairs in a sale that they had on.
These shoes come in sizes 3-8 but the sizes were limited when I visited as the sale had begun a previous day but fortunately I managed to nab myself a pair of size 6 which were the perfect fit for my size 5/6 feet. I find it usually varies from design of shoe but on this occasion I brought a few different pairs of shoes and they were all a size 6 so maybe my feet are just growing again!
These shoes are a fairly classy looking shoe and they have a nice touch of elegance to them. These shoes are black in colour and have a mesh netting over them as well as a floral design that is made from a soft, shiny material. Obviously these shoes are designed to be admired with the eyes and not the hands but they are a really nice design and they feel quite strange if you rub your hands over them, a little sensual almost! There is a sweet little bow at the top of these shoes and I have a handbag that I can accessorise perfectly with these shoes. The heel is a reasonable height, not so high that I topple over, but enough to give me some added height on a night out!
Overall I would say that these shoes are well designed. There is protection on the bottom of the heel to prevent them wearing down fast or becoming uneven. They don't rub any more than other shoes that I brought at the same time and although my feet tire wearing them, like all heels these days, I was pleased with the quality of the shoes.
I find that the design of these shoes complements one of my bags perfectly, partly because of the addition of the cute little bow at the top of the heel. These shoes work well when I wear a little black dress on nights out and I'm very pleased with the design of these shoes.
I do find that these shoes are lacking some grip inside and there is nothing to cushion the soles so the balls of my feet were sore by the end of the night but then I normally find that with heels anyway. These shoes could be improved with the addition of a thick cushioned pad but as I only paid £10.00 in the sale I'm quite pleased with the quality that I have received.
** New Look Lace Court Shoes **
I love to buy shoes and I do have far too many but I hate spending a lot of money on them because I often wear shoes a few times before they end up in the closet. It's just a waste of money to spend a 100 pounds on shoes so I love to go and look for some good sales or just cheap shoes. I love New Look as they have good clothes and accessories for a good price.
These shoes where about 25 pounds which I find a good price for shoes since I don't wear them a lot. I was looking for shoes to go out in for a couple of drinks with some friends and thought these where perfect! I love to wear high heels but only when I go out. During the day I don't see the point and rather go for more comfortable shoes. These shoes aren't that bad but they aren't the most comfortable shoes I have had.
The shoes come in silver and are covered with black lace. I think they look good and you wouldn't say they are only 25 pounds. Unfortunately when New Look is selling them the chances are high that you run into somebody else with the same pair of shoes! Luckily that didn't happen. I can't say they are the best quality shoes but they managed to hold on for a couple of nights drinking and that are some rough nights so I suppose the quality is good. The heel itself is 4 inches high and feels strong and secure. I didn't had the feeling it was going to break off or anything.
I think these shoes where definitely worth the money and I have no regrets in buying them at all. They where only 25 pounds and they look stylish and are of good enough quality. I felt confident walking in them and the heel supported me enough. So all in all great shoes.
I don't have a huge collection of shoes and I certainly do not have very many pairs of heels. For me when it comes to shoes I prefer practicality and comfort over style and heel size! I bought the lace court shoes a couple of months ago and it was through no decision of my own!
My friends had persuaded me to go out with them one weekend night as every other time I had excuse after excuse planned so I wouldn't have to go. I'm not one for nights out, if you were to compare me to a cat, I would be one of those big fluffy house cats that prefer to lounge in the house. However this one night I was not getting out of.
Unfortunately it wasn't just the night out that I would have to endure but the preparatory planning before hand, i.e. shopping!! Walking into new look with 5 squabbling girls was not only noisy but also embarrassing. You may be realising that I am not a girly girl and that is exactly right. Any kind of public display or noisy girls that draws attention to me leaves me running for the door.
I won't go into the hassle of clothes trying as the review would unnecessarily be thousands of words long! Let's just say after choosing the outfit I was in no mood for shoe shopping as well. Unfortunately I endured it and after an hour of trying on hundreds of pairs of shoes (a little over exaggeration there but it felt like it!) I couldn't find any that I felt comfortable in. I decided that I wanted flat shoes, this I was not aloud and my friends picked out the court shoes, a pair that I had already tried but passed off as having too big a heel.
Trying them on for a second time I uncomfortably wobbled around new look trying to figure out how to balance in the things. Still feeling uncomfortable with my attempt of walking in heels I went to pay the £20 that I felt was an over price for a pair of shoes that I would only be wearing for a couple of hours. Any way I was glad the shopping was over.
Despite my hate for heels I have to admit I found the shoes nice to look at. They are a pair of simple looking shoes that would go with any outfit. They have a layer of lace on the shoes to provide that distinctive look and this did look as though it was fastened very securely if not attached to the shoe completely. When trying them on they did feel comfortable...ish! The bottom of the shoe is a very little bit softish, it's hard to explain but it's not like you are standing on a rock anyway. They come in a wide range of sizes I am a size six and they did have bigger sizes. They are also wide fit which was great to fit my wide feet that my mother is adamant I inherited from my great Nan! (Not a lovely compliment!)
Come the night out and the true shoe test! During the first half of the night I had no problems with the shoes (accept the fact I looked drunk with my high heel wobble!) I was actually starting to like them, I felt tall and they definitely made my short legs look longer. They were also comfortable and I don't think anybody used to heels would have a problem walking in them as by the size of my friends mine were babies in comparison.
It was the second half of the night that caused problems. After a few drinks I decided to retreat from the little corner i was sat in the bar and had a dance with my friends. I must say I felt I was truly mastering the power of heels! To put it simply, I didn't fall over! After standing on my feet for a few hours my feet did start to ache and sting a little. To be honest after a few drinks I didn't really pay much attention to it. Being dragged from club to club my shoes were definitely getting the test of the first wear.
When I had had enough I got a taxi home. Sitting down for the first time in ages my feet started to kill. I took my shoes of in the taxi and one of my feet was covered in blood. After a couple of drinks, I shamely admit, that I was quick to shove my foot in the taxi drivers face to show him the damage! Not the most appropriate thing to do! Anyway..... Arriving home I was quick to slump in bed and it wasn't until the next morning that I fully saw the damage.
I had honestly forgotten about my foot until I almost fell over when climbing out of bed. My foot had ballooned, it was totally swollen. As well as being covered in bruises, cuts and blood. In a shocked state I followed bloody footprints down the stairs to where my shoes stood at the bottom dyed completely red from the blood. They really did look as though they were supposed to be that colour! Well that was the end of them, not even attempting to clean them I threw them straight in the bin.
I can defiantly say that I didn't like those shoes but I won't say that they are not recommendable. I would definitely suggest that you gradually were into them though instead of diving straight for a couple of hour stand up! Overall I am not a heel person and being my first pair of heels they were somewhat ambiguous. If you are confident with heels I would recommend them, if you're like me stick with your flats!
I actually liked the look and the style of the shoe that much I went back to new look a couple of days later to buy the flat version of the shoes that were identical minus the heel. So it depends if you are heel person or not to decide which pair are more suitable to you.
As for my friends, I made them harbour the guilt for my foot! I love them I do but I would never trust them with choosing shoes for me again. And as for the next catch up, I will be arranging it with the ever so trusty bottle of wine and DVD night in!
The first time I seen these shoes was when a friend arrived at a party wearing them. Everyone instantly loved them and wanted to know where she had got them from including me, as they looked similar to a Christian Loubouton design, that had been released around the same time.
We soon found out that she had gotten them from New Look, and I headed there to grab myself a pair the next day.
This particular pair of shoes, is a round-toed court shoe style. The shoe itself appears to be made from silver metallic satin, with a black lace overlay. The sole, is as usual black hardened rubber, with an approximately 3inch stilletto heel. Which is high, but not too high, so people who struggle to balance in heels should be fine walking in these.
The unpadded and uncushioned insole, is again silver metallic, and has the usual New Look 'gorgeous feet' printed upon it.
In my local store, they were available in sizes 3-8, and there was a second colour option, which was a peachy/pink satin coloured shoe, with a black lace overlay.
I bought mine's for £25.00 and was not a happy bunny, to return the following week to find that they had since been reduced to £10.00.
Although these shoes look extremly pretty, go with everything and are reasonably priced, I personally found them to be extremly uncomfortable.
The blistering caused to the top of my foot, where the face of the shoe begins, and to my heels, because of how much they rubbed, was ridiculous.
Hence why I have only ever worn them once. So were they really a bargain. I think not!
I have far too many pairs of shoes. But then I always think you can never have enough shoes! Different occasions call for different pairs. To be fair though I don't often spend a lot of money on a pair of shoes I often buy them when they are on sale. This eases my conscience when my fiancé looks at me and raises his eyebrows when I walk in the door with another new pair!
I got these lace court shoes from New Look for £10.00. I had spotted them when they were £25 and waited for a sale. New Look have all their shoes out in pairs, you don't have to ask for any assistance when trying them on. This can mean that sometimes they are a bit jumbled up and look untidy. But if you don't mind this there are usualy some bargains to be had. New Look shoes are definitely not the best quality shoes on the market but for the price they aren't bad value.
The shoes are a silver colour and are covered with black lace. They look so stylish. The heel is black and approximately 4 inches and they have a bow on the back of the heel. I love them. They are feminine and pretty. The toe is not too pointed so they are not too narrow. They are nicely balanced and I've found them very comfortable to wear. Although they aren't leather they do look good, I put this down to the lace. It gives them a girly feel.
When I got these shoes I planned on wearing them just for evenings out but they are so versatile that I have worn them for just about any occasion. They look good for the office with smart clothes, they are ideal for nights out too, but they look equally as good with skinny jeans for shopping.
I've certainly had my £10 worth of use from them. They obviously won't be very long lasting but so far they still look as new. The lace hasn't shown any signs of wear.
I would recommend going into New Look regularly to see what offers they have on their shoes. They always seem to have a sale on. I have been very pleased with these for £10, they have been great.
I own absolutely loads of shoes! In fact I own a lot of things in general if I'm perfectly honest with you lol. My problem with shoes is that I buy heels that look fancy and usually they cripple me and get slung somewhere out of harms way!
I spotted these in New Look a few weeks ago reduced from £20.00 a pair to £10.00 in two colour options (I bought the same ones shown at the top of this review page but a pinkish and black lace was available too, just not in my size or as nice in my opinion!). Because they were on sale not many size options were left but I gather that they come in sizes 3-8 like most of the shoes in New Look do.
These shoes are simply very elegant in my point of view, and very well made indeed. A muted silver sort of satin is stretched over the shoe then a black netting/lace is securely over that and then a black piping to the opening of the hole where your foot slides in and finished off with a cute black bow to the top of the back of the shoe. The heel I think is about 3 inches high and tapers to the the bottom with a rubber piece on there and it is all finished off with a rounded toe.
Inside the shoe is plain and silver and with no cushioning at all and the slope where your foot sits isn't a hefty one.
I find these shoes ok to wear though not the comfiest ever and a wee bit slidey inside because of no grip. I don't find the heel to high or uncomfortable to stand on or anything and nothing really rubs.
The size 5 in these was a true size 5 meaning they fit me very well and they go well with anything in my wardrobe and after a few weeks of wearing the they have stood the test of time very well indeed!
Only available in New Look.
I was going through my shoes today with the intention of sending those that I never wear to the charity shop and was shocked by just how many pairs I seem to have acquired since the last clear out which was only a year or so ago.
I blame a lot of this on New Look due to the fact that the shoes in there are so pretty and more to the point so cheap. I don't mind so much paying for expensive shoes if I know they are good quality and going to last me for a long time but a lot of the time shoes and styles are only fashionable for a few months and I would much rather go and buy 5 pairs of shoes that I will only get wear out of for six months than go buy an expensive pair that may still be looking like new in six months but I won't ever wear again.
New look is perfect for these types of shoes and also for shoes to match a particular outfit that won't go with anything else you own. Because they are so cheap you don't mind spending the money on them even knowing that you might only wear them the once.
That's not to say that they only sell shoes that are going to be good for one season because they also have a lot of pretty shoes in classic styles that most people will get a lot of wear out of like the lace court shoes.
I bought these for £20 which frankly was a complete bargain. They are a silver shoe with black lace stretched over them with black piping, a really cute black bow and a black heel. The silver is muted by the black lace and it just gives them a really nice contrast and makes them a little bit more special looking that a simple black shoe.
I originally bought them for work and they are perfect for this as they look really smart and dressy but the good thing about them is that they are versatile enough to be able to match a whole range of outfits and I have worn them on a night out more than once since buying them.
As they are from New Look they come in all different sizes and women with the smallest or biggest feet should be able to get them in their size. They are surprisingly comfortable considering the shape of them and they don't seem to rub against my skin too much and cause blisters which is usually my biggest complaint with shoes. For this reason they have become one of my go to shoes in the morning for work as I know no matter what I am wearing they will match and I can trust them not to have me spend the day in agony.
Now the heel isn't the smallest at about 4 inches so you would need to be confident about walking in heels as if not then you might have a little trouble as though they aren't the thinnest heel they aren't all that thick either.
I would definitely recommend these shoes to anyone who was looking for something a little different from just a pair of plain black shoes that are reasonably comfortable and will go with pretty much any outfit you own.
For me I love them as they look like a much more expensive pair and to look at you wouldn't think I had only paid £20 for them and I have had a few people asking me where I bought them and they were surprised when I tell them New Look.
I bought these shoes to match a little black dress I had bought around a month ago for the races. I paid £19.99.
New Look, I find, tends to have a great range of affordable shoes and frequently has offers on such as £5 or £10 off a particular pair. In the store the shoes are well set out with both shoes together, great if you don't like asking to try on the other shoe or are in a rush. They also do a wider fit for women who's feet don't fit the usual size. This pair of shoes also comes in the wider fit.
When I tried on the shoes they felt reasonably comfortable although the 4 inch heel is pretty high. I knew these wern't leather before I bought them and therefore didn't expect them to stretch and mould to my feet like leather would. I did however, have little problem after about an hour of standing in them.
It was a pretty warm day at the races and after standing up for around an hour my feet felt really warm and sweaty. Im not a large person either but I just felt my feet had no space to breath at all. They also became quite uncomfortable because of this.
I love New Look shoes for the price and look but I just feel they need to think a little more about the materials which they make their shoes out of.
About 2 months ago I went shopping for a full outfit I could wear for job interviews. The normal black trousers and white top routine wasn't doing me any good so I thought Id look for something a little more grown up and hopefully end up getting a job out of it - they say its not what you wear but in some cases it definitely is! A new pair of heels was definitely first on the list and I fell in love with these straight away as not only would they look great for interviews I had recently bought a dress that they would match exactly - the price did seem a little high but I bought them anyway because I simply couldn't leave them behind in the shop! LOL. And I'm glad I didn't because I have been wearing these loads since I got them and funnily enough I have never worn them for an interview!
Price: Was £25 Now £10
Stockists: New Look
I'm fully gutted because I bought these when they were full price and even though I think they were fully worth it I wish Id have waited a bit and got a bargain - now I'm advising others to do just that!
The picture really does these shoes no justice as in reality they are much nicer. They are silver and black lace with a really cute large black bow at the back which for me is the best thing about them. The bow makes them have a girly, cute edge but still makes them look very posh and sophisticated overall which means they aren't your boring interview shoe but they aren't your average going out clubbing heel either. They are much nicer in real life believe me - check them out! They also come with a pink or nude under colour - rather than the silver - but I personally think the silver one is the nicest.
The heel on these Id say is around 4 inches which means they are slightly smaller than average but they don't look much lower than any other heel I own. A smaller heel actually makes them more comfortable and easier to walk in, in my opinion and these are definitely the comfiest pair of heels I own which means I can wear them in the daytime without fear of breaking my neck - and they make my legs look pretty good at the same time! Ive worn these out a few times now - about 5-6 - and they have never rubbed me, made me fall over or scuffed or broke at all and I am not the best person in heels believe me so if I say a pair of heels are comfy and easy to walk in they really are.
These are great for both day wear for sprucing up a pair of jeans and a top and even better for the night time as they go with loads of different styles and colours Ill be wearing them out up town on Saturday - I don't want a repeat of last time I went and fell up the stairs! LOL.
In short I fully recommend these shoes especially now they are very cheap as you will gets loads of use out of them, they are comfy and easy to walk in and in my opinion are really nice visually. Highly recommended - even more so if you can get them before the sale ends!
Thanks For Reading.
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