Yep, not the Funny Face of Audrey Hepburn, we’re definitely talking funny feet. Next time I get my pedicure done I will share them with you:) My curly toes, as I’ve mentioned before, mean that my choice of footwear is somewhat limited. If the shoe is too low at the front, or if the sandal is too strappy, my little toe on my right foot is prone to escaping. Even the white Aldo shoes I loved have to be returned as they are cut too low at the front to retain the toe. I may, however, have found the perfect Spring/Summer shoe. It’s a sad fact that my feet look their best when the toes are hidden completely, but these beauties make my feet look slim and elegant – with not a hint of the toe turmoil hidden inside!
They are so comfortable I am sorely tempted by the nude too.
I think that is why I tend to buy multiple colors of the same style – once I find one that fits, I am so ecstatic, I panic buy because the thought of hunting for another ‘glass slipper’ seems too daunting. I only wish they came in white too. I must credit Tiffany Wendel again – she was the first person I saw them on. I swear I am not turning into Single White Female.
As the Nina doesn’t come in white I am tempted to try these that appeared on the Zara site the other day. Pointed, but sling back – the only thing I am hesitant about is the block heel.
What do you think? They will definitely keep the toes at bay – but are they too sixties?