Friday, August 11, 2006

Bruno Magli dilemma

I once bought these Bruno Magli "Nural" flats (croc-emobssed, contrast patent toe and trim), at what was an incredible price on Zappos (I think, $40, down from over $200). They were marked a 10B, precisely my size in most of the shoes I own*, so I couldn't wait to put them on. They were snug, so snug as if a boa constrictor had swallowed and was slowly digesting my foot. I believe they couldn't have been more than a 9N. Regretfully, I sent them back, and I could never bring myself to even try another pair of Bruno Magli online, for fear that the 10 would be too short and narrow and anything over that might be too large.

So this is how I've been drooling over these beauties ("Revelin"), currently 64% off, without daring to make the next move:
They are also available in cream and black, and are just as adorable as they come, and on sale, but....will they also try to chew up my feet? That's what I'd like to know! I do think they would be fab for someone with narrow feet. Grab them now while they're just $87!

*I do have a pair of Kenneth Cole flats in a 9, which are, incredibly, somewhat loose, and a couple of 9.5 along with a couple of 10.5 pairs and one 11 (the latter tend to be somewhat loose, but that's ok). Don't even get me started on the American-European-British shoe size conversion, in which I can be anything from a 40 to a 42, or a 7.5 to an 8.5. A rant on manufacturer's shoe sizing to come shortly.


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