Patent Pumps

Patent Pumps

$36.00
You simply can't go wrong with a classic pair of pumps; the patent finish and pointed toe give these a double dose of sleekness. Patent upper. Imported.
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Details
  • 2 1/2" heel
  • Pointed toe
  • Metallic insole
  • 100% polyurethane
  • Wipe Clean
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Nice Shoe I had to get rid of my peep toe heels in the metalic blue. These are a great look and are better for my feet and knees. May 20, 2014
These shoes are great I really love these shoes - they are stylish and very comfortortable. The height is perfect for walking to and from the train to work, (about 7 city blocks). They can be worn dressed up or down with a pair of jeans. I have a black pair and a nude pair. May 12, 2014
Too small, but cute! These shoes run small. You may want to go up a size... April 23, 2014
Love the Nude Pumps... I've paid a lot on shoes up to $200 a shoe on average (to as much as designer $600+). However, I love saving money on a good pair of pumps or shoes anytime. This particular shoe is 'pleather'. It's a soft shoe, with a hint of padding on the liner. Typically, I do not buy inexpensive shoes because I may blister in them easily. Because, I know shoes (or how to tweak them), this shoe is great. Sizing, I am typically a 9.5B (med width). The width to me works. As for the length of the shoe, I am super glad I selected the size 10. I read a few of the other reviews and they said it was too tight. I need my toesy comfy in my shoes. For the super minor looseness, which to me is not much at all (think sliver, not shoe finger gap) ... take a insole pad (peel the upper front of the liner), and place it under the instep for more cushion and also to push the foot back towards the heel. You may need to trim it so you give all your toes wiggle room. This will secure any loose problems. Typically wear a ballet sock, nylons, or slingback toe cover for protection against any blisters. Even designer shoes $600-700 can cause blisters. Podiatrist states no taller than 2 inches (and below), and make sure the shoe fits ;-) March 31, 2014
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