So, we’re all in agreement then? Great.
I like her dresses, but Nyongo’s shoe game needs to match the rest of her sartorial elegance.
Crikey NGL, I haven’t been paying her shoes much attention, although having said that, I must confess I like this pair she’s wearing. I’m a sucker for pointed shoes but since it’s made a bit of a joke in my house I’ve sortof started looking at round toes as well…even square sometimes….love peep toes in their many variation. Okay, I’m rambling. I liked this round toe pair.
Prom is coming up for a certain someone and I don’t know what to go for,
I won’t lie, that’s one thing I really hate the American culture for exporting. Prom and graduation for high school. Nawl son, get your certificate and leave. You can have an achievement when you’ve graduated from University. High school? WTF?
Round toe heels are nice if they’re Mary Janes. I think it’s the toe cleavage I can’t stand for the shoes. It’s okay if they’re pointy, but if they are round, we don’t need to see the plump toe cleavage.
Gah! of high school proms and graduations..tired of the whole talk already. Then again, you’ve only got to look at the University graduation figures in the US to understand why high school graduation is such a big deal. I didn’t expect her school to subscribe to this madness. It”s only last year I found out that they subscribe to this…whatever it is.Unfortunately all the prom talk has reached saturation point, I can’t even say otherwise lest I be branded party pooper.
Mary Janes with the T-bar strap you mean? Surprisingly I like both. Having said that, I vote no when it comes to toe cleavage. Decisions, decisions, decisions.
It’s all over. A friend of mine, her daughter went to a private school in the South of Portugal, and they wanted prom and all the madness. Same thing for my stepson here. We had to go and rent a suit for him and everything! Madness!
Yeah, Mary Janes with the T-straps. They’re so cute! Alas, I have feet like Daisy Duck- really big, yellow and flat. Bleh.
Yes, no to the toe cleavage.
Lol I have a friend of mine who is a size 10 (5 ‘11’ in her stockings). Any idea who does good ladies shoes that size?
Yep, looks like we’re going to have to shell out for a fancy frock. I need something that will stand the test of time. Thing is, she’s 5 “1” and curvy, so I don’t even know where to start. I guess it’s House of Fraiser sometime next week …she’s got a doctors appointment at UCL so we might as well look around the shops after that.