Don’t worry: that heel isn’t actually broken (at least, for $1,195, it better not be), it’s just been designed to look like it is, and while it’s a feature that really makes these shoes stand out, I suspect it’ll also be a feature that will divide opinion on these.
Personally, I prefer my footwear NOT to look like it’s about to buckle under the sheer weight of me, and I tend to find strangely shaped heels a little bit gimmicky. I do like the chain detail on the front of these, though, which gives them the edge over a regular old leather t-bar.
What do you think of these?
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