Tuesday, February 13, 2007

oooohhhhh!!!! Shiny!!!!!


And so the addiction begins, and the bank account dwindles.....

7 comments:

Caroline said...

Gorgeous shoes! Keep in mind that the wider the toe opening, the further your foot can slide through it. A good pair of tango shoes has small peep holes to keep your feet in place.

Debbi said...

That's true, my other shoes have peep holes as opposed to being sandals and I can dance all night in them. But these were so pretty and so green (my favorite color) that I felt the need to splurge. We'll see if they are an all night shoe like my others or a "make an entrance, dance an hour, and then change" shoe....
Dangerous.... this new shoe wardrobe....

Caroline said...

I hear you on the shoe wardrobe danger! Hee hee...join the club.

La Planchadora said...

I agree with Caroline that a peep-toe keeps your foot in place, but I tend to dance better in my open-toed, and my peep-toes get worn less and less. Besides, poison-green shoes! Clearly they HAVE to be awesome.

Debbi said...

Oh yes, poison green and fabulous! Which of course means I now have to put together outfits to show off this phenomenal footwear! A follower's work is never done.....

miss tango in her eyes said...

Open toes are more comfy, toes do not get squished!

Debbi said...

I have small feet for my height (Size 7 shoe at 5'7", and small toes, I'll be curious to see the difference between peep holes and open toes. But the strap on these shoes is what really got me! Love the different way of wrapping the back of the shoe!