"Nun" shoes revisited: I would like to find a pair of black women's shoes which I am not sure exist. Can you help me?
Years ago I was an Irish stepdancer. I loved the look
. Part of why I loved them is they gave the front of the foot in the toebox some bulk and heft, mostly because of the large, wedge-shaped tap that is placed there
. They look like they have a high heel but they don't at all. They have a substantial, square heel, and despite how they look, are pretty comfortable. They are not, however, particularly practical to wear around.
I have looked at images of "nun" or "witch" shoes, and they don't seem to match exactly. The heel is too high
. The toebox is wimpy
. They're made out of mesh!
You get close, but who knows who makes them? Are they 700$? They're insane.
Do these shoes exist as actual, day to day shoes? Have you seen them? I can tell you that if I tried emailing a stepdancing shoe company and asking for custom shoes without the taps, they might think I was nuts. I'm not sure I would get an answer.
I would probably go up to about 150$