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  1. Laura says:

    These are so cute!

    I am in desperate need of a pair of nude pumps to go with spring/summer dressers for weddings this summer that are a comfortable, walkable height(~2″). Any suggestions?

    February 28, 2012/Reply
  2. Belle says:

    What about these kitten heels? They feel a little professional to me, but they could work. https://ow.ly/9l1qL

    Honestly, I'd do a 3″ wedge instead. Just as comfortable, more stability and a little fancier.

    February 28, 2012/Reply
  3. Monica says:

    When I first saw these heels in store I was concerned that the weird patenty-shine on the leopard print looked weird. I was under the impression that animal print should at least look sort of like fur, even if it's just cloth. Thoughts?

    February 28, 2012/Reply
  4. jules says:

    I've had terrible experiences with the quality of Nine West shoes — I've found they fall apart much faster than other shoes at the same pricepoint and nine west customer service has no interest in addressing the issue or helping an unhappy customer. I once had a pair of boots I ordered from the website where the heel FELL OFF within a week of receiving them… and even when I pointed that out the CSR only said to take it to a cobbler — not even a partial refund to cover the cost of the repair.

    February 28, 2012/Reply
  5. Ellie says:

    Laura, I have recently discovered Ivanka Trump shoes courtesy of Belle's mention in the comments here a few weeks back, and I got this pair in black patent… they're amazing! (and also come in nude)

    https://shop.nordstrom.com/s/ivanka-trump-indico-patent-pump/3153036?origin=category&resultback=5586

    February 28, 2012/Reply
  6. Sarah says:

    @Jules I'm sorry you've had such bad experience with Nine West shoes- mine have always been wonderful and remained in great condition (although I've never bought boots from them), and when the bow/button fell off of one of the heels after a few weeks, I emailed CS and was immediately sent a new pair of shoes. It's interesting that customer service experiences can be so different, you'd think the company would have a blanket policy.

    February 28, 2012/Reply