1. R says:

    Do you think these are the type of shoes you can wear with tights/pantyhose? I have a couple pairs of the Sam Edelman ones which are similar (and super comfy) but I’m wondering how to transition them into winter. They look more like the third pair, with an open back.


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  2. Clementine says:

    I’ve avoided shoes with ankle straps for a few years for fear that it will cut my legs off visually. I’m a runner with muscular calves- any ladies have tips on how to rock gorgeous pair of ankle strap shoes without feeling like I’m walking around on two tree trunks?

    October 18, 2013/Reply
    • Heatherr says:

      Rock the muscular calves that you worked so hard for. I have muscular calves, too, and get compliments on them all the time. I may not go for thi thick of a strap, but a slimmer strap at the smallest portion of your ankle will draw the eye there.

      October 18, 2013/Reply
      • Belle says:

        I love this comment.

        October 18, 2013/Reply
      • Clementine says:

        Me too! Thank you and I think I might be on the hunt for a thinner strapped pair.

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  3. Lea says:

    Most ankle-strap shoes strike me as either too va-va-voom for work or horribly frumpy. Am I the only one?

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  4. Jo Jo says:

    Love the Rebbeca Taylor shoes, love ankle strap and the heel height…but need a narrow size. Very hard to find narrow shoes that are stylish.

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  5. Sara Maude says:

    Love these! I’m thinking of buying an ankle-strap pump but I’m hestitating between an open one like the ones you showed ore a more closed one (like a regular pump + an ankle strap)…

    October 18, 2013/Reply
  6. PS says:

    Macy’s has another one that’s quite similar, and quite affordable.

    October 18, 2013/Reply