Post # 1
I have been in search of the elusive "Nine West Jojus" in apple green but have come up with absolutely nothing in my size either new or used. Does anyone have any suggestions on a similar shoe that either comes in apple green or can be dyed that would look similar to the nine west shoe? I’d really appreciated some suggestions!
Post # 3
ooo not sure what they look like, do you have a link? BUT I too am looking for apple green shoes and LOVE the options on endless.com (so easy because you can search by color!), I’m digging the brand Luichiny right now!
Post # 4
yep – there are some awesome nina ones that are similar.
stand by while i look…
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Post # 6
Here’s an older boards post with some green shoe options, even though they aren’t those exact shoes: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/what-do-you-think-of-these-shoes
Love the jojus, I was looking for them in red for my wedding and never found them either so I know how you feel.
And not exactly what you want, but the color is close: http://zeta.zappos.com/product/7416398/color/12258
Post # 7
These are cute. And here’s a couple more pairs here, here, here, and here. For dyeable shoes, myglassslipper.com has some really cute shoes and you can search by heel height.
Post # 8
I’ve been trying to find the same shoes for months now. To no avail. I QUIT!!!!!! I got so fired up and fed up that I decided I’m doing normal shoes and I’m wearing Emerald Jewelry…
Just a suggestion.
Good luck. And if my chance you do find them please let me know!!!!!
Post # 9
Silly me! I should have posted some pics in the first place!
the first pic is from a Knottie who adorned hers with a pair of beautiful shoe clips (a detail in which I was planning to ahem….steal
the second pic is of the shoes "unadorned" in their natural glory…
Post # 10
I’ve been on the same search for the elusive perfect green shoe, and have so far bought 2 pairs and have feelers out for several more. I’ve decided that I’m not going to find the perfect shoe, so I’m trying to decide which aspect of the shoe (perfect color, perfect style, etc.) is most important to me and then thinking about whether I can modify whatever detail I don’t like in the otherwise perfect shoe. For instance, I don’t like the black heel on the Nordstrom BP ones you linked to above, so a friend suggested I take it to a cobbler and have them sand it down and stain it a more natural wood color. I’ve also been keeping my eye on ebay and actually found a great pair of Nine West heels in the same color as the Jojus but a different style — and for $30!! Good luck!