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Discussion in 'The Powder Room' started by Royal, Jul 23, 2005.
oooh, those are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!
I have to agree with a lot of posters;
1. Get your foot accurately measured; it makes a huge difference.
2. Buy low and buy quality; they last longer and so do your feet. I've been in the comfort brands lately- Munro, Softwalk, Sofft, Naturalizer, Clarks, etc. They look a lot better than "comfort" brands used to, and a lot have a vintage look and low heel. They cost more, but take care of them and they will last.
3. One word - - INSOLIA---
Thanks for all the great tips!
They often have vintagey styles, and almost always in reasonable heel heights. www.aerosoles.com I think... I go there often enough...
This place has the Keds in plain, the fancy bit is inside. I like the grasshoppers too!
I like these grasshoppers too - might have to order some for this summer!
Yes. I don't know why I couldn't find them. Thanks so much.
WEll, I went to Shoe Pavillion this weekend and picked up 3 pairs of Grasshoppers! Gosh, I love the comfiness of this shoe. The Nantucket was on sale for $30 each and the other 2 styles I got were $20 each.
Oooooh, those Grasshopper shoes look so cute! Can you buy them online? I've never seen them in Australia.
I pretty much only wear ballet flats and canvas sneakers (I'm a fan of converse) because I have a bad back and heels tend to wreak havoc on my lower back. I've never tried Keds, although I like the look of them. I wish I could wear heels, I have a gorgeous pair of black satin peeptoes, but last time I wore them I couldn't sit down without being in excruciating pain for a week...*sigh*
Oh my, those are to die for... Seems like Keds make some nice shoes.
Shoe help please
Hi Ladies, I love the high heeled shoes but unfortunately i can't wear high heels due to a leg/back problem. What shoes that are flat would be good to wear with wide legs pants, skirts etc. I'm into the 40's/50's era and would love some help to choose some. Thanks.
Try some of these
Here's a thread about it that's been on the Lounge previously. It has some great links.
I really like the low wedge sandals that Remix vintage are doing too.
Thank you both
Yeah, a low wedge sandal or slingback is probably your best bet. It'll look slightly dressy without being uncomfortable or unhealthy for your back.
yeah, the remix sandal Corazon is soooo cute. and flat!