(Closed) Enzo Angiolini Cristle shoes……ANYONE???

posted 7 years ago in Shoes
Post # 3
5423 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 2012

I havnt worn them but they don’t look comfortable.  The loubie slingbacks look like theyd do a better job. 


(im a shoe queen, over 100 pairs)



Post # 5
3148 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@MASPA: I was going to say the same thing, they do not look comfortable at all.

Post # 8
367 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I have a few pairs of Enzo Angiolini heels and flats – though not the one above. I find them to be okay. They are not painful, but generally aren’t overly cushy or padded either. The ones I have are very light.  I’m wearing 2 pairs of Enzo’s for my wedding -the merryann and a similar flat version for the reception. I think the style looks similar to the one you posted. The only thing I would worry about on the one you posted is the peep-toe and whether it would rub against your toe. Here’s mine which are comfy.


Post # 9
48 posts
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Soon to be Mrs M: These are my shoes! They are 100% more beautiful in person.  They are not particularly comfortable unfortunately, but I intend to tough it out ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 10
69 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@Soon to be Mrs M:  I actually wrote that blog post (btw, thanks for reading!).  I have to be honest, the Cristle is not the most comfortable shoe ever, but the shoes really are soooo gorgeous!  I have to second YankeesFan28– they really are prettier in person, and every time I wear them I get tons of compliments.  

I will say that with each wear they do get a little more comfortable, so maybe if you try to work them in, they won’t be too bad.  I wore them for the second time this past weekend and there was a very significant improvement in comfort from the first time.  I know that it’s not ideal, but I’ve rarely found a beautiful shoe that’s comfortable.

Also, for me, height isn’t really the issue.  I think the reason why they’re not that comfortable is because the shoe is kind of narrow.  I have a fairly wide foot, so this may be a problem unique to me, or it may have been solved had I gotten a half size bigger and put shoe grips in the back.  Just something to keep in mind.  With the amazing return policies at Piperlime, Zappos, Endless, etc  I definitely think it’s worth trying it out!

Hope this helps!

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