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Posted 04 December 2012 - 04:39 PM
There was a brief mention of Soludos Espadrilles in one of the weekend papers. The piece said they allow feet to breathe in hot weather.
I'm considering buying some for summer as an alternative to sandals - I don't like my feet, so the closed in design appeals.
I've never heard of them before, can anyone give positive or negative feedback?
Posted 05 December 2012 - 02:59 PM
TBH I am not a fan but I can get why you are leaning towards them.
Are you thinking of wearing them to the beach, shopping, etc? I personally don't look at feet ever except to check out shoes but again I never take note of the feet.
There are some great sandals around that cover most of the toe area, you could give them a shot? :/
Posted 05 December 2012 - 07:41 PM
Thanks, DamiansMama. I had shopping, casual social events etc in mind. I try to buy closed toe sandals but prefer closed heels too and they're hard to come by.
It's reassuring that you don't notice feet. I know I'm more self conscious than I need to be - one of my quirks I guess. Even after a pedicure I don't feel as if my feet look nice enough to be on display.
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