Briar Platforms

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Platform not as pictured I am so disappointed. I was really looking forward to these shoes, but the shoes I received are different than the ones pictured. The shoes I got have a hidden platform where the leather from the top of the shoe wraps completely around the platform, which just looks kind of silly when the platform is so high. The shoes pictured have a distinct separation between the platform and the shoe, which I think is much more attractive... but it's not what you get. Beyond the platform being different, the shoes were very heavy (even given that they have a high platform), difficult to walk in, and it felt like the back of the shoe would give me a blister on my ankle within 30 minutes of wear. So even if I received the shoes as pictured on the website, I might not even keep those as they would be impractical for any level of walking. It's really frustrating when Anthropologie makes these mistakes. September 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by *****Not as pictured**** I was SUPER excited when I seen these in the Catalog and couldn't wait til they went on sale to buy. I read the reviews and kept looking at the provided stock picture of them and couldn't resist .. Soo I ordered them!, ;-) The quality of them was pretty well made but I was super shocked by the pink accented color on the top part (as pictured). I was hoping they would be all nude (like the stock photo) so I could wear these pumps with anything! The pink paint really was poorly painted on, there was dots of pink paint where it was splattered on the shoe and not wiped up. Really the paint looked like the .99 cent craft paint from Walmart! But I have chosen to keep them due to the comfy ness of them and am thinking about buying my own craft paint to fix the hideous pink paint! Haha Just upset with the fake photo Anthropologie was advertising to sell these shoes. :-/ December 29, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by So sad Sooo, I totally know what Cinderella's step-sisters felt like trying on that darn glass slipper! Ordered these shoes in my normal size...but these things are at least 1-1.5 sizes too small. They're also missing that distinctive line between the platform bottom and the body of the shoe which, I think, lends it some character. If these shoes had arrived looking like they did in the online pics and had run, at least, closer to true-to-size than it did, I would have just exchanged. There were too many things that went wrong for me to justify the "easy exchange", though. October 15, 2013
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NUDE Style #:29102829 Brooklyn-based atelier Bed Stu reflects a time when leather goods were cured by skilled hands, and the streets of Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn were rough and rugged. Here, they reimagine the loafer in distressed, full-grain leather. Briar Platforms