I first saw Cheeky Shoes at the sky dive. Susanne was wearing lovely purple ones and I had slight shoe envy. Then I realised that lots of bloggers had tried them, and I got in touch. Sadly the biggest size was a size 8 but I was assured there would be some stretch in this.
The plastic envelope it comes in is its warehouse packaging, stating colour, size, and a few words about cheeky shoes. Genius, it doesn’t need a new post office friendly packaging to go over it. They just stick a postage franked label on it and out it goes.
My opinion, I love them! If there was a size 10 available I’d buy them, especially in the purple. Sadly they pulled at my toes a bit too much, but they are comfy, and I wore them in rain and sun. Although the fabric stretches well, the rubber sole is always going to be a size 8, so I felt my heel was unsoled. That’s not the shoes at fault though, its me being huge. It was nice to not wear Crocs for a while.
I like big strapy styles of shoes, so these are “me”. The colour also grew on me, which I never thought I’d say! These were the old style, the new ones are strapless (boo) which I think makes them look like a unisex Tom shoe. The concept is still the same though, well made, letterbox friendly, British designed shoes. No post man “sorry you were out” cards.
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The customer service is fabby, Marcin, the guy in charge is lovely and friendly. 10 out of 10. Very impressed by him.
Seriously, if these came in a size 10 I’d buy a few pairs. Loved them, except the snuggness, which wasn’t Cheeky shoes fault. Please sell bigger ones.