5502 Walnut St, Pittsburgh, PA | Directions 1523240.451164 -79.933679
I shop at Ten Toes regularly and must say that I've been extremely happy with all shoes I've purchased there. The 2 gentlemen who work there are very helpful, personable, and knowledegable. They always inform me when they will be getting new arrivals in case I don't find what I'm looking for that day. One salesman actually once suggested for me NOT to buy a specific pair of shoes I really wanted because he could tell by the way it was fitting my foot that after it stretched it would no longer work for me, and then suggested a different shoe that would fit me better. This is the type of business that I appreciate and will continue to support. They carry styles that are different from what the local malls are selling and prices are extremely reasonable. Definitely reccommend it!!
I love this place! Not only is it is a hip store with a vast selection of fashion forward shoes, the staff is professional and knowledgeable. I've been shopping here for years and have always been treated with respect and kindness. Highly recommend!!!!
At Ten Toes, we pride ourselves on having High Quality, High Fashion Women's shoes at affordable pricing. Our employees study women's fashion and will do what we can to help you chose the right shoe for your needs. Ten Toes is a family business and values each and every customer as part of our family! We greatly appreciate your business and will do everything we can to make your shopping experience at Ten Toes a great one!!!! Thank you!!
Overpriced, poor quality and condescending service! AVOID!!.
The place has a quaint look about it, which is why I decided to try it last week. I have to say, that's THE ONLY positive thing I have to say about this place, everything else is TERRIBLE :(
I can't talk about all of their shoes (some look better than other) but the patent pumps they sell, especially the one they sold ME, were extremely poor quality and overpriced - you can get the same shoes from Macy's for much better prices and they won't give you the fake brands either.
What happened to me is that the shoe I wanted was on display in another size on the rack and the guy who works there brought me some other shoe from their storage - it looked about the same if you don't look closely but the it is a fake. The quality is really low, it had a different type of lining and sole color, but he claimed it's the same shoe and if I wanted it in that size I had to buy it. Well, either the brand makes really lousy shoes (which I doubt) or the fake brand shoes I got home with me were just not the real thing because I couldn't break them in and after wearing them for about an hour I was in real pain - they not only hurt my feet but the heel tips were so lousy that they immediately got scuffed (they're basically cheap plastic).
Lesson learned: even if the shoe looks good on the outside (almost like the authentic brand!) and even if it's sold on Walnut Street, it might not be worth the $50 "deal." Do yourself a favor, go to a real shoe store (like the Littles Shoes in Squirrel Hill, etc.), this is a terrible boutique with overpriced and poor quality merchandise and I would highly recommend against buying their stuff.
Last thing, I don't think people appreciate being called "honey" in a condescending voice by someone who only cares about profit, and being told lies for that matter! And not giving real receipts (they use hand written ones!) along with a strict 7-day return policy makes it clear they don't want you to have a chance to change your mind (which you will!)...and who knows what other reasons they have for maintaining such lousy policies considering the quality of their merchandise.
I rest my case: AVOID Ten Toes on Walnut ladies!!! Go to Francesca's, go to Banana Republic, just pass right by Ten Toes and don't give them the satisfaction of taking your money for shoes that you won't be able to wear :(
With these shoes, who could buy just one pair?.
We've got ten of them (well, most of us do), so we have to keep them warm and cozy. But Ten Toes in Shadyside suggests we do so in style. Ten Toes displays some of the hippest and trendiest footwear imaginable. From clear, Cinderella-like heels to three-inch chunk platforms, they have a hand (or foot) in keeping up the cutting-edge in women's footwear. Located among the other chic stores on Walnut Street, their display window is always packed with the latest styles in pumps, slides, sandals, boots, clogs, mary janes, or in short, shoes.
Brand names like Candies and Steve Madden are always at the peak of fashion, and Ten Toes keeps a steady supply of them on their shelves. Some look like you can't even stand up straight for two seconds in them, it's fashion over comfort always, isn't it, ladies? With so many options it's hard to decide on just one, but because they're moderately priced around $30-$60, depending on the brand and style, it's possible to come out with two or three pairs and not feel guilty.