Ok, not really. Just nude feet. I found these great (or what appeared to be great) nude pumps on Piperlime. They are Corso Como Delicious. They cost $151. I wasn't too keen on the price, especially since I've been really splurging lately on items including my new RM studded hobo, Lululemon pants, and a Marc by Marc Jacobs bikini. Yes, I did say Marc by Marc Jacob. I know, it's completely unnecessary especially given that I never go to the pool. I guess now, I have to. It's a darn cute suit though.
I went ahead and bought the shoes, fully expecting they weren't going to fit anyway, but in case they did, I would be really upset with myself because then I'd have to keep them!
Out of the box, it was an absolutely stunning shoe. Good quality, and lots of padding in the inside. Although, I wasn't that sure about the color. They seemed a little bit too light for me.
Despite the color, I was really excited about these, because they looked very similar to AT pumps. The perfect almond toe, and the not too high heel (about 3"). I had never tried Corso Como pumps before, in fact, I don't think I'd ever seen them. I've only seen flats and sandals. When I put these on, my heart sank. They were definitely half a size too large--I needed a 5.5 instead of a 6. And what is with the lack of toe cleavage? A little toe cleavage is good, IMO, to prevent that granny look. You can see toe cleavage on my right foot there because it's my smaller foot. There was no way that shoe was going to stay on my foot no matter how much padding and heel grips I stuck in the inside. Feeling both relieved and disappointed, I sent these shoes back.