Post # 1
My wedding is fairy tale/Cinderella theme and I would absolutely love replica Cinderella glass slipper shoes but the problem is I LOVE high heels and the replica shoes have a very small heel.
Does anyone know where I can find either higher heeled replicas OR shoes that would have the “glass slipper Cinderella” look?
And also, I want high heels but I don’t want them to look like stripper heels.
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Post # 4
I lov those Chanel shoes! A little pricey for me though haha. And I love the idea of the first two pairs but the heel is a little small for my liking.
Post # 5
@LizBurke: Yeah, I don’t care for the “look” of the first two at all…but I think they’re pretty close to the original Cinderella shoe. Most of the ones with the higher pump do look like stripper shoes.
Post # 6
Personally, I think if Cinderella was a modern girl she’d rock some amazing silvery, sparkly bling shoes.
Post # 7
doing a quick search and it turns out, these aren’t nearly as easy to find as i assumed they’d be!!
i’m surprised i can’t find any that are more like the classic look. so many of these look kinda chunky instead of princessy. :/
Post # 8
Hmmm….this might be a different take on the “glass slipper” thing, but these were the shoes I wore. The soles and heels are lucite, but the straps on top were silver (a bit of a modern twist on Cinderella, but it might work??) They are pretty comfortable, and I got them at JCPenneys.
Jacqueline Ferrar® Strappy Sandal, Groove
Post # 9
@zippylef: I agree. I picture a modern Cinderella in something like these.
Post # 10
@zippylef: I agree, I think a modern cinderella shoe would definitely be a sparkly/glittery metallic rather than a clear plastic one. Mostly because like PPs said, it is VERY hard to find clear shoes that don’t look like stripper heels!
Post # 11
@Mrs.KMM: The last shoe you posted is definitely modern Cinderella.
Post # 12
I was picturing something like one of these. Silvery, sparkly and with a girly detail to add that Cinderella sweetness.
Kate Spade “Charm”
These are Marc Jacobs, I think
These were just called “Felicia”
These are Valentino and obviously really expensive, but gorgeous
Post # 15
With the October release of Cinderella there’s new options all over (except Christian and Marc’s shoes are a little too expensive for me)! I personally can’t wait to check out DSW’s affordable line of Cinderella inspired shoes!! http://shine.yahoo.com/fashion/cinderella-shoe-trend-dsw-louboutin-princess-heels-175700291.html