Rated 2.3 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Splashionista OUCH
I absolutely loved these shoes when I saw them online. I was a little hesitant about the price but I ordered them anyways. When I got them they were the most uncomfortable shoes ever. I followed the measurements and I had always had the same shoe size but the toes were much to narrow and the back pinched my feet. Not to mention, it really is like walking on stilts. I have always been a stilettos girl and these are more uncomfortable than anything I've ever worn. I'll try to return them but if I can't maybe I'll keep them for display.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by p1gp3n so hot. but so painful.
i think these shoes look sooo hawt. i love the black/white weave color, and the material is like a weave with a wax layer on top so it's hard and structured. the cutout wedge part looks totally amazing. i really really wanted these shoes to work, but they didn't and here's why: these are basically stilts, even as a platform. the arch is pretty crazy, and it's definitely not the most comfortable. the deal breaker for me however is that it's a bit narrow at the toes. i've always been an 8 with jc, and the shoe technically fits - the length is fine if not even a bit long (most probably because gravity pull the rest of the foot forward), and the ties are the right lengths. but i find my toes are squished on one foot, and along with the height, this cause quite a bit of discomfort. i'm not really able to work properly in these. it could just be my lack of skills. i wouldn't recommend sizing up as then the shoes would be too long and loose and you could risk injury. if you have narrow feet and are good with stilts, these might work for you.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Miss_Lau Gorgeous with some buts....
Obviously these shoes are gorgeous. That being said if you'd like to wear these here are some tips... 1)Order half to a whole size bigger. 2)They are easiest to walk in on hard carpet. Sidewalks are a disaster and forget dancing. I wear these to special dinners and thats it. They make such a statement with your outfit. 3)Practice walking in them. Maybe pretend you are a geisha and you'll have the right mind set. I had to drop my usual slouched stolling. Stand straight, small steps. Bingo. >Before buying these I said to myself, even if I cant walk in them, it doesnt matter, i will still love to look at them in my closet. But with a little practice, I might be able to enjoy them after all! I love them.