Women’s patent nude wedges review


There are certain types of shoe that every woman should have in her wardrobe. Like a good pair of jeans, there are shoes which are staple items. Since having children, I admit I seem to spend 95% of my time wearing trainers, but it doesn’t stop me loving a stylish pair of shoes! When Shoe Zone asked me to choose a pair of shoes to review, I decided I needed to start building my collection and these beautiful and simple nude patent wedges are the perfect pair to start building my collection. Plus, these shoes can be worn with everything and anything!

These shoes are extremely comfortable. They are true to size and fit perfectly.

The wedge heel makes these shoes so wearable. I’m tall anyway so I don’t particularly need skyscraper heels in my life (although I do own a couple of pairs) and wedges just feel so much more stable whilst still giving the elegant feel and look of heels. Ideal when trying to cope with two toddlers out and about.

I have to admit, when I saw the price of these shoes (£14.99), I was pretty dubious about what quality they would be but to my surprise they look and feel really well made. Of course I’ve only had them a couple of weeks but from my experience of them so far I’m expecting them to last quite a while.

So, overall am I impressed with these shoes? Definitely yes! I just need the rest of these chicken pox to clear and I can’t wait to take them out into the outside world and show them off!

By Dawn

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One Response to Women’s patent nude wedges review

  1. Thanks for posting Women’s patent nude wedges reviewed by Dawn | Shoe Zone Blog, very nice information :)

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