***UPDATED ON 1/26***
So as some of you may know, I've been on a quest to find a dupe to the Steve Madden Caryssa in Patent Nude because it's that perfect, true, beige-nude. Well, last time, I missed out on the Speed Limit 98 dupe of it so I have been determined to not let any other dupe slip through my fingers. Well, I wish I would have let this one slip right on through.....
I present to you Exhibit A:
The shoe is by the brand Glaze and I really wish I knew the name but Go Jane never lists the name of the shoe and I already put it in a cardboard box and sealed it. Well, this shoe sucks....
I mean, this could definitely be a fluke, maybe I just got a bad one but I am delivering this review based on my experience. Now if you look at the picture, you can see that the tip of the heel is REALLY close to the platform, which is usually not a big deal when the heel is well made. The heel on the shoe I received was horribly angled, as if the tip of the heel was WAY too inward.
I noticed the weird angle as soon as I opened the box and it was so obvious once I tried them on. I could feel my weight falling backwards and losing my balance even as I held onto a surface. It felt like the heel was detaching from the rest of the shoe!!
I tested out my theory and I was 100% right! And now I really wish I had taken pictures, I might even reopen the box just to prove my point. The tip of the heel did not land perpendicular to the table, half of the tip was in the air! Yeah, these are definitely not a good choice for anyone, they make you feel like a beginner in high heels!
So I wasn't able to take a pic of the shoes, I have been super limited on time so I did the next best thing, I drew a picture ... so please bear with me...
I know, I know, I just blew your mind with my mad drawing skillz, :), but you get the idea. I can usually bear a couple of dings and damages on shoes at this price point but this was ridiculous!
Oh and here is the link so you know which one NOT to get.
Glaze Patent Heels