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Delia’s Pointy-Toe Dress Flats in Black

December 17, 2004 at 11:47 pm by Designer Ella

Pointy-Toe Black Dress Flats

From Delia’s: Audrey Flats. $22.99 Only black is left in sizes (including halfs) from 6 to 9. I can see why, although black is GORGEOUS and other reasons that will be stated below, that grey with the pink bow is just tantalizing! I would buy BOTH!

Pointy-toe dressy flats with contrasted (and polka-dot!) ribbon and bow. The bow makes a nice x line across the front of the shoe. Rubber souls. Black is faux pantent leather. (Seemed real to me.) 1″ heels. Imported.

This is a wonderful shoe. I put it on and it looked fabulous. I tried it with outfits and it made everything just soo dressy. I looked so classy, sophisticated and professional in these. I immediately sprang up and said “I have pointy-toed shoes!”

They are nicely padded for comfort. Unfortunately, they run a bit small. I went a half of a size up, and I hope that they will feel fine with some shoe pads. (Is that a sacrilige? We must do what we must for the shoes we love.)

These are ON SALE! $22.99! But that means that quantities are dwindling. Go buy yourself two sizes, right now! (Just in case.) :-P

 


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