Open toe describes a shoe, especially a sandal, which is not closed at the front, allowing the toes to be seen. Some open toe styles, such as peep toe pumps, have an enclosed vamp with a small opening at the toe, which make them more suitable for formal wear during warmer weather.
Slides are a sandal in which the upper does not extend to cover the heel of the foot. The wearer of slides can simply slip on the shoe without having to tie, strap, or buckle it to secure.
Earth Balsam Loose
March 29, 2013
Reviewer: Tnyankee from Tennessee
I probably should have sent these back. The medium width is quite wide. Hope I can keep them on. Maybe a partial insole will help.
Wears this shoe: Casual
Softspots Carmindy Comfort
March 12, 2013
Reviewer: Therese from Huntington Beach
These shoes are very comfortable and look nice!
Wears this shoe: During the day.