Post # 32
I don’t think they look like they fit you right either. Its a shame if its something you really love,but everything doesn’t always work for everybody. At least they feel comfortable,but if it bothers you how your feet look every time you wear them,you might not wear them much at all. I have a closet full of shoes like that. 🙁
Post # 33
I spent some time wearing them around the house yesterday. Let me know what you all think now. Any difference? I am heading off to a Derby party but I wanted to take some pics with the shoes on before I left (I’m wearing black heels to the party). Thank you for your opinions!
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Post # 34
I think they are a sexy shoe. I don’t know what is toe cleavage or why it would be big deal so I guess I don’t have a good say but to me, the shoe looks fab on your foot. That’s the cut of the shoe. If you had squatty toes then I guess you’d have no cleavage. Who’s going to be looking like we are at your feet?
Please wear you fantastic shoes and enjoy your day, they are gorgeous…
Post # 35
It almost looks like if you’re not careful your pinky toe would slip out of the shoe in the last picture. 🙁 They are pretty shoes and if you’re comfortable in them, that’s all that should matter.
Post # 36
They do look better in the second group of pictures. From a distance, I can’t even tell about the toe cleavage. When you take the picture straight down on them, then it is noticeable, but I think overall it isn’t that bad. They are cute shoes, and if they are that comfortable, I don’t see why not. Also, I like your derby party skirt. 🙂
Post # 37
I think they are actually made to show some toe cleavage…
I really like the shoes – and they look very good on you – KEEP THEM!
(also you look like Robin in How I met your mother!)
Post # 38
I’m sorry I really hate toe clevage