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May 3rd, 2007



Franny by Sam Edelman : Shoe Review

At first I didn’t even notice Franny. I passed her by several times, lured away by pairs of fiery red platform stilettos and bright green flats.
Nothing seemed quite right…until I saw her. Perched quietly on the shelf, the promise of soft gray shoes for spring! Yay!

So subtle and almost slipper-like, I couldn’t imagine what the Franny (by Sam Edelman) would look like on my feet. I started to have flashbacks of my Minnetonka moccasin phase, but was swayed by the delicate flower detail and coy peep toe, so I tried them on…

I am happy to report that the darling Franny wedge looks fantastic once on my feet! (See above if you have any doubts about my opinion on this.) The 2 inch wedge heel is a breeze to walk in, and the suede is so soft and cozy I could be wearing a moccasin — but thankfully am not. Instead I am party pretty and ready to dance the night away.

Take Franny out for a night on the town (she won’t disappoint)!

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3 Responses to “

Franny by Sam Edelman : Shoe Review”

  1. Deniz Says:

    These shoes seem so comfortable…

  2. Shoeflyer Says:

    They truly are incredibly comfortable. The leather is so soft.

    -Karen

  3. Laura Says:

    This shoe IS comfortable! I work in an area that requires professional/dress attire and a bit of walking outside: I walk at least a mile a day going from building to building. I got my shoes in the mail before lunch, slipped them on, and have been going ever since! The leather upper is indeed comfortable because of the softness of leather, but I was most pleased by a small rigid heel cup in the leather that keeps the shoe’s elastic top from slipping off during walking. I also like how snug the toe box area is – toes can move(thanks to leather and flexible sole), but are held in place so there is no sliding or slipping forward in the shoe. The sole is flexible to allow for natural movement, and has a leather sole with a small rubber heel tab for traction. These are my new favorite shoes! I have larger feet, and they remain attractive and the envy of my coworkers! The only thing I would warn of would be width – narrow or medium widths would be alright, but since I don’t have wide feet, it may be something you need to try on first.

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