Latest Posts in Yay or Nay?
12 September 2007
Oh dear. It seems that the poor ol' clog copped... well, a bit of a clogging in last week's Yay or Nay. Despite producing wonderful wellies, that have been much lauded by Shoewawa readers, you unanimously voted that Tamara Henriques' clogs were little better
5 September 2007
Despite their more recent and well-heeled efforts, it seems that Barratts** are still getting some things wrong. Our last Yay or Nay, with it's whimsical name, 'Tchaikovsky', was voted anything but music to your eyes, by a long shot! Still, if the shoe-equivalent
22 August 2007
If last week's Yay or Nay was anything to go by, it seems that the block colour trend is a little controversial! While Miu Miu's brogue-detailed ballet flats won the Yay vote by a nose, a few were a little dubious about the choice of colours and the ruched heel.
15 August 2007
While there were a few readers who enjoyed the peep-toe stylings of last week's Yay or Nay, the over-the-top '80s look of Givenchy's heels meant a victory for the appalled Nays, who voted that they were more stud-happy stupid than biker beauties. If you were among
8 August 2007
While they may not sell as many pairs as J.K. Rowling has sold copies of the final Harry Potter novel, Moschino's inadvertently Hogwarts-inspired patent t-bar heels were certainly popular! For those who've been longing for a pair since they were featured on our
11 July 2007
It seems that last week's Yay or Nay has proven that no matter how odd a shoe's design, there'll always be a few adventurous girls out there willing to give them a go! While most deemed the slingback wedge-heeled trainers "revolting" (winning the Nay vote),
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