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    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
    no offence but i hate wedges
    how tall are you?
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    (Original post by kriztinae)
    no offence but i hate wedges
    how tall are you?
    5'3"
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    5'3"
    thats about my height....
    i dont know any shops places u can get them from but...
    ever considered buying low heel shoes instead?
    i dont mean flat but about 3/4cm heels and try walking in those, they are quite easy and ull get used to them.
    (notice im trying to take you away from wearing wedges )
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    (Original post by kriztinae)
    (notice im trying to take you away from wearing wedges )
    Lol! Y'see, when I wear wedges, I forget I'm wearing heels most of the time. That's why I like them. Not so much for the fashion statement at all because my jeans normally cover them up anyway .
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    Lol! Y'see, when I wear wedges, I forget I'm wearing heels most of the time. That's why I like them. Not so much for the fashion statement at all because my jeans normally cover them up anyway .
    hehe fair enough. i used to wear them too and i must admit they are so comfortable.
    anyway im useless her and cant help you then
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
    Same here.

    This website used to have some good ones, but I think they might be sold out now.
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    Omg I love wedges so much . Hehe I can't walk in proper heels either! I've been living in wedges all summer! Don't know about winter ones though, sorry I'm not much help
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
    Get some boots with a wegde heel. They are perfect for this winter. Also Marks & Spencer do http://www.marksandspencer.com/Image...D/T026907D.jpg - for £25. They are exceptionally comfortable too.
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    (Original post by kriztinae)
    no offence but i hate wedges
    how tall are you?
    :eek: i love wedges! They are fantastic, especially when you can't walk in really tall thin healed shoes, talk about a danger hazzard-i'd end up falling down a crack in the pavement and break my ankle or something. Nah you can't do that with wedges! Practical and slimming :p:

    Plus they are very very cute, especially with a pair of shorts.
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    Woo, wedges fan club! I like wedges too, because I too cannot walk in thin heeled shoes. And when you go out somewhere, you always end up walking for ages to find a suitable pub/bar/club/restaurant/whatever for everyone. They had some nice ones in Faith and Dolcis a few weeks ago.
    On the Faith website they have some really nice knee high wedge boots, although they are £80! They also have a section of wedge sandals which are nice.
    http://www.faith.co.uk/catalogue/cat...=324&curPage=1
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    New Look seem to have tonnes of wedges at the moment

    lou xxx
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    hi, im not sure whether these will be the sort you're looking for, there are a couple of closed toe pairs, whilst your there, check other categories in ladies footwear e.g seasonal(select wedges) because they have a few different pairs, high heels(select wedges) and also in seasonal(strappy) there are a couple of nice pairs) just have a browse round, see if anything you like.

    www.schuhstore.co.uk/female_main_frameset.html
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    ebay all theway
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    Ooh fashion alert for any antipoedians on here: wedges (the shoes!! ) are gonna be a huge trend this coming summer :cool: I've just got two pairs of wedge-like shoes (altho they're not technically wedges) from last year, white and brown, but wanted to ask you Brits - were they hugely popular up there over your summer? :confused: Or is this just gonna be an Aussie thing? I personally don't like the look of them that much (stillettos are so much prettier IMO :p: ) but hey, if you can walk them, all the better

    DB_x
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
    Adhsur when I was over in the UK in 2002 I particularly liked Topshop, River Island (just for browsing in mind you :eek: Aussie dollar doesn't get you very far ), and I remember actually buying a pair of shoes in Leeds :eek: (where my grandma's from, was just visiting rellos :p: ) but I forget which shop it was :confused: Anyway it's prolly more fashionable than what you get over here :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    These are the only heels I can actually walk in ( ) Thing is, I can't find any closed-toe ones for the winter that are reasonably high. Can anyone recommend any shops/sites for them?
    Oh I thought we were going to have a discussion about wedgies..
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    (Original post by The Ace is Back)
    Oh I thought we were going to have a discussion about wedgies..
    Lol :p: no, sorry dude (though it does sound like it :eek: ), this is a thread about the shoes - wedges
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    Ahh it's ok, I'll survive
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    :bawling: I love wedges! But I can't wear them because I'm too tall already. The only heels I can get away with wearing are tiny kitten heel ones.

    My sister actually got a really nice pair from Clarks... if you're not too embarrrassed about going in (you'll be the youngest in there by about 10 years).
 
 
 
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