posted by: jitterbugbaby in Shoes on the Street on November 22nd, 2008
On the streets of London, the shoes are often fab. More often than I can snap a photo of, actually.
But this gorgeous pair of Corso Como heels belongs to a friend of mine who happily posed for a photo while I tried to wipe up the drool that was puddling under my chin.
See for yourselves.
Corso Como is one of those companies that keeps coming up here at Shoeblog, because they’re always stylish, and made with comfort in mind. And, yes, my friend who owns the above beauties reports that they are surprisingly comfy and have nice features like rubber soles and padding under the ball of the foot.
Sadly, she found them on sale (well… that’s not sad for her, of course) and they don’t seem to be around anymore. But I could suggest a loafer version, the Max, which is only about $85 at Endless (that’s down from the original $155, if you’re curious).
Of course, if you’re unconsolable about missing out on those pretty pretty heels, then you could opt for these other shoes on the street, though I might recommend eating them rather than trying to wear the things.
Yep, they’re chocolate shoes, made by L’Artisan du Chocolat, and you can find them over this way, at the company’s official site. Not only will these taste better than those Corso Como’s, but they’ll be much friendlier on the wallet as well, since they’re only £17.50 each.