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Monday, January 8, 2018

My First Fluevogs

I have often admired Fluevog shoes on the feet of other bloggers. The brand produces a variety of unique shoes that really make a statement. Being a huge shoe lover, I have always wanted to own a pair; however, since I had never actually tried any on, I was hesitant to order online. Also, a lot of the shoes, while unique and beautiful, do not really complement my style. Recently, a Fluevog store opened in my city so I went to check it out. An all black pair caught my eye and I ended up getting them when they were on sale. They are made of a really neat material with a great geometric design. I love the heel and toe shapes and they are comfortable enough to wear during the day to walk around in. Being that they are all black, they are easy to pair with various outfits.

Fluevog "The Jitters" - the soles have a print that says "Iron out your Isshoes" lol.


Some "pro-tips" about Fluevogs: 

1) They are expensive but they have sales often. I personally wouldn't buy them unless they are on sale. If you get them on sale, I would say they are worth the price as they are made of nice materials; I have worn mine a lot (walked around all day, not just going out for the evening) and they are holding up really well. 

2) The sizes run small. I never have problems ordering shoes online as 99% of the time, I am the same size across brands. I need a full size up in Fluevogs so I'm glad I tried them on in store!

3) If you are interested in boots, many styles are small in the calf region. I have since acquired two pairs of boots and they just barely fit me in this area. I am not particularly petite but I have never had trouble with boots fitting my calves with any other brand.  

Does anyone else wear Fluevogs? What do you think of them?

4 comments:

  1. Oooo, pretty! Sigh, I have a love-hate relationship with Fluevogs. I've worn their Angel Boots forever. The older version of the boot fit like a glove, broke in nicely, and became like butter over time. The newer versions are nearly impossible to break in and don't seem to last as long. Alas, I'm back to Docs.

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  2. Oooh I am so jealous! I always wanted to own a pair

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  3. They were the first to make heelless shoes...and the nonheels were shaped like hooves! I wanted one so bad. I love their shoes too, but many styles are too whimsical for me. Those are awesome. I am sure they are worth every penny. I've always always wanted a pair

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