These sandals, Tory Burch , in my opinion belong to that category of footwear that makes him much better than in a lifeless picture. Do you agree with me? The cut-out shapes of the classic sandal boot covering is revisited here, not so much in concept as in the decor. Each profile is in fact further emphasized by a contrasting edge, which is specifically against the bottom white camel.
Even the textures are in conflict, between the warm-suede which is the soul of the shoe and the smooth white light that highlights the curves.
The heel is tall, slim, very slim, as if to balance it with a contrasting detail of the mountains are the front of the shoe, supported by a small platform. Too bad that the heel has a wood effect that I find that usually always include a vaguely hopelessly cheap and sometimes to each shoe. You tell me what you think?