I’d quibble over the description of these as “boots”, and I’d like them a whole lot better without the slightly pointless (in my opinion, anyway) mesh panel on the side, but those two points aside, I think what I really want to say about these shoes is just “wow”. And also: “That’s a whole lotta bling.” (I hate the word “bling”. Sorry.)
The Jimmy Choo name alone is enough to tell you that these won’t come cheap, but the existence of all those embellishments pushes the price up even higher, taking it to £1218.99. Personally, as with any shoe of this style, I’d worry about losing one or more of the embellishments: knowing me, that wouldn’t be hard to do, and it would just take a couple of missing pieces to ruin them for me. If you’re willing to take that risk, though, or are just much less clumsy than I am, you can buy these at Saks.
What do you think of them?
I agree with you. They are nice but definitely would look better without the mesh. Unfortunately the website doesn’t have a picture of them being worn but yeah, I can’t see the mesh looking good.
I completely agree with you both about the mesh and the fact that these should definitely not be described as boots. Personally I hate open toe boots. I love these and they definitely can’t be called boots.
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At first I thought they looked nice. Then I saw the picture showing the mesh…
i think they are beautiful!
I don’t know why they’re called boots. Without the mesh, they’d be STUNNING and I’d want them immediately.
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I would like to buy these embellished open toe boots at top of page from jimmy choo, I would like to order over phone and credit card but can’t find a number….
Have you tried Googling it?