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Which ones? your oppinion

15 comments · save · last comment by Abbie J. 5 years ago

Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

I love these shoes, but which colour?! ( i was thinking beige as im short and they would elongate my legs, but black i could wear with tights in winter)

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#1
Emily Brown

Emily B.

THE LIBRARY,
United Kingdom

220 posts

i'd get the black :)

0 · December 15, 2009

#2
A. Leen

A. L.

EUROPE,
Germany

105 posts

Neither...personally I don't like "open" high heels^^"
But as for the color, black always wins. The beige would only get dirty after some time..at least if I wore them :)

0 · December 15, 2009

#4
Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

kewl, thanks for the comments :) i was thinking black would be more versitile

0 · December 15, 2009

#5
Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

@A. L.

how come?

0 · December 15, 2009

#6
Aurora .

Aurora ..

ONTARIO,
Canada

3744 posts

black

0 · December 15, 2009

#7
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4829 posts

Depends on what you have in your closet.
If you have a lot of brown, beige, lighter more feminine colours you should go for the first.
If you have a closet that's hard to match, maybe more edgy black is a good colour.

This is me and my best friend ha.
She always goes for the camel colours whilst I steer away to the blacks.

0 · December 15, 2009

#8
Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

@Zahraisabelle L.

lol, this is true i have a real mixture of stuff in my wardrobe but i think black would go with eerything more, i wear more black, but have quite a bit of feminine type stuff but black would kinda give a hard edge to that!

0 · December 15, 2009

#9
Alexe G

Alexe G.

MONTREAL,
Canada

1917 posts

Black will def go with more, but I would get the others, but that's just me. I just like this shoe better lighter.

0 · December 15, 2009

#10
A. Leen

A. L.

EUROPE,
Germany

105 posts

@Rose A.

1. because I have made horrendous experiences with those peeptoe heels. Every other person I see has uncut nails, with the nail polish from three weeks ago (and the color of the nails doesn't match the color of the shoes, naturally)
2. considering the more sandal-style shoes - like yours - 4 out of 5 persons I see wearing them are wearing them in the wrong size, so either their toes stuck out about 3 cm because the shoes are too small, or they stuck out about 5 cm because the shoes are too big.
3. you need beautiful feet, and imo very few people take care of their feet.
So that kind of shoes always reminds me of those things...hence I don't like them.
But I've looked at you're profile, despite the fact that I don't know your feet ^-^ you're sure to pull them off.
Maybe it's just this weird anti-fashion city I live in that makes me go "NO" as soon as I see "open" heels...

0 · December 15, 2009

#11
Zahraisabelle L

Zahraisabelle L.

XANADU,
Sweden

4829 posts

@Rose A.

Yeah.

I always choose black because I like shoes that look crazy. So I have to kinda tone them down to some colour somebody sort of can relate to. :p haha.

0 · December 15, 2009

#13
Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

@A. L.

ah i do see your point lol, eek cant stand seeing peoples horrible feet if they dont take care of them, i shall definatly look after my feet before i wear theese haha. and lol, thank you

0 · December 15, 2009

#14
Rose A

Rose A.

ENGLAND,
United Kingdom

365 posts

@Zahraisabelle L.

ah me too, however i always choose black, ah what a dilemma :S i should just waste my student loan and buy both lol

0 · December 15, 2009

#15
Abbie J

Abbie J.

HULL,
United Kingdom

65 posts

black, coz they'd go with alot more! the beige are still nice but seem abit summery:)

0 · December 15, 2009

  

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