Post # 1
Help me choose between these two. I am not a ‘shoe’ person, so I am going for something I can hopefully wear again.
Shoe A on left. Shoe B on right.
Shoe C (same as Shoe A but with a peep toe):
Post # 3
Btw, Shoe A and C are $300, Shoe B is $100.
Post # 4
@Milk and Honey: What are you wearing with it? What time of year?
Post # 5
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
You can buy nude heels anywhere at any price if that’s affecting your decision. I’m not a fan of peep toe so “A” gets my vote. Also, I’m not a fan of the cork/wood heel, I like when the fabric of the shoe continues onto the heel.
Post # 7
FYI I have the cheap version of shoe A, they are at Payless for $19 and are VERY comfortable!
Post # 8
I like shoe A. They’re the most versatile.
Post # 9
@Milk and Honey: I like shoe A, but if you really want to save money then I guess shoe C. I don’t like shoe B because it’s really chunky, shoes A and C are more elegant.
Post # 10
Shoe A! Not really a fan of peep toe!
Post # 11
@Milk and Honey: I’m not a shoe person either, but I’d ask you these questions: 1) can you see your shoes in the dress or outfit? 2) do you want to have to get a pedi, or hide your toes ;). Hoe this kinda helps!
Post # 12
@Milk and Honey: Are these for wedding shoes? Would love to see your dress!
I tend to think closed toe pumps are too conservative/office-like to wear with a wedding dress. Out of the two closed two options, I prefer C because it’s a little more delicate than B.
Post # 13
I’d need to know more about the outfit these are intended to give with also. I think A is very conservative as a PP said, you would probably get a lot of use from it for work wear etc but if it’s to go with a dress I’d definitely go with the peep toe of shoe B as it’s more dressy if that makes sense.
Post # 14
IMO the pump (without the peep-toe) is more versatile 🙂
Post # 15
@GIJen: @krayzay87: These are for my wedding.
@mockblock: Peep toe B is Clarks Indigo Wessex. Peep Toe C is Cole Haan Chelsea Pump.