Chloé Daisy Triple-Buckle Bombay Brown Leather Chunky Heel Sandals

Like I said in my post Chef LuLu Part 8 (here) an ex-friend and I went to The Avenues on Nov 27 2020.

The plan was to hit up Sephora to check out their Black Friday deals but instead she decided – all on her own – to park by Prestige so we could have dinner at Joe’s.

Afterwards, rather than wander around aimlessly, I decided to check out the Boots over at Prada and Chanel (which was a bust).

On a whim, I sauntered in to Saint Laurent and walked outta’ there with a Niki Medium Shoulder Bag (here) and Baby Lou Shoulder Bag (here).

Next, we hit up Gucci, despite the long line of people waiting to go in. While my friend made herself comfortable, I had the lovely sales assistant help me select my newest baby, the Gucci GG Marmont Matelassé Leather Mini Shoulder Bag (here).

I suggested we hit up Sephora as our last stop (the only reason we had gone to the Avenues in the first place), but Mera declined saying it was already 9pm. By the time we walked back to her car and she dropped me home and got back to her home, she said she’d be cutting it too close to her 10pm curfew.

On our way back to the car, I stopped by Chloe.

I’d clocked a gorgeous pair of Sandals when we’d first arrived and had made a mental note to try them on later (on our way back).

Fifteen minutes later, the sales assistant was wrapping these babies up for me, while the manager was handling the transaction.

These babies retailed for KD 304 which was quite dear, but I was completely smitten and therefore hopeless against their charm!

They came nicely packaged, with their own Dust Bag and everything.

Chic ankle-strap sandals in a three-buckle, platform design.

  • Leather upper
  • Open toe
  • Three-buckle closure
  • Leather lining
  • Padded insole
  • Leather/synthetic sole
  • Self-covered heel, 4.5″ (115mm)
  • Platform height, 1.25″ (30mm)
  • Made in Italy

Blah blah blah Here’s the specs for anyone who cares.

Typically, I’d go with the 37 but my pinky toe was sticking out from the side lol (too narrow) so I went with a 38.

They were available in Black and Brown. As you can see, I went with Bombay Brown.

They had me at triple buckle!

I’ve always had a fetish for buckles (be they on Jackets or Handbags or even Shoes) as I just find them aesthetically appealing!

I loved the upturned toe at the front! It’s another big thing for me!

How stinkin’ cute is the tiny lil Chloe embossed on the buckle!

Typically, I don’t like the look of gold hardware. However, it was more fitting with the Brown, as opposed to silver hardware, which would’ve just looked… wrong.

The heel was pretty high, clocking in at 4.5 inches (which kinda’ veers into Stripper Shoes territory aka my comfort zone lol) but because of the 1 inch platform at the front, it’s quite comfy, despite the height!

This is what these babies look like from an inner angle.

You can see them from an outer angle, below.

I’ve been keeping an eye out for a nice pair of Brown High Heeled Sandals since my previous ones were no longer wearable (High Heel Wood Sandals Collection).

While these babies were not wooden, Bombay Brown was the most perfect shade of Brown and pretty much exactly what I’d been looking for!

It ticked all my boxes (Neutral Heels Collection)! Upturned toe, check. Ankle-strap, check. Lots of buckles, check. Super high heel but comfy platform, check.

Best of all, despite all the wonderful little details, it wasn’t flashy at all! It came across as simple and therefore – in my eyes – tasteful!

You can actually see me trying them on (bottom of this post) while Mera casually remarked “Chloe just isn’t worth the money”, within earshot of everyone that was working at Chloe. Isn’t she delightful?

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