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My Latest Steal: Candy Glam Teal Heels

I visited not one but two Payless stores this weekend to see if these teal Candy Glam heels (above center) were as cute in person as they were online - and I'm happy to say that the answer is a definite "Yes!" In fact, I bought myself a pair on sale for $14.99 to wear to a wedding later this month. They're super lightweight, dainty and easy to walk in on account of the mid-height heel and adjustable ankle strap. The circle details on the sides gives these shoes a unique look that makes them fun and fashionable. I've never owned a shoe this color either, so it's a nice addition to my collection. Here's hoping I can dance in them, too!

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Cute cute!!! I love the teal heels as well as the pink heels a bunch...I will have to get myself a pair.
#1 Anna (Homepage) on 2008-06-09 15:28 (Reply)
The pink heels are fab in person, unfortunately they didn't have my size. The faux snakeskin shoes were a bit too heavy for my liking. And the print was like a photo effect, rather than textured "python" so that made them less appealing to me.
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2008-06-09 18:55 (Reply)
I was drinking, and almost choked when I read that these are from Payless. Wow! Those teal shoes are amazing! How did they fit?
#2 Psyche (Homepage) on 2008-06-09 16:04 (Reply)
The fit is the best part! Perfect match on the arch, and perfect placement of the straps. At least for my feet. No sliding, no pinching, and they make my legs look amazing if I do say so myself...haha. I've been wearing them around the house all evening :-)
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2008-06-09 18:52 (Reply)
i just got these shoes today, and i [heart] them! the only bad comment i have to say is that online on the payless website it looks almost baby bluish, not a real teal color like it actually is.
#3 Ashley on 2008-06-10 17:03 (Reply)
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