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I usually wear 7 (sandals) or 7.5 (boots); I ordered these in 7.5 in both black and espresso. Right size except that one of the espresso shoes was noticeably stiffer (almost as worn in the rain and dried hard) - it chafed the side of my foot where the front edge met it. When I looked at it more closely, sure enough that shoe (wrinkled, rough) did not match the other shoe (smooth, soft) in terms of wear - strange. The shoe is much nicer in the espresso than the black, but in both colors, they remind me of those rubbery crocs that little kids wear. While fairly comfortable (except for that one shoe), I'm not loving the feel of the Mary Jane strap so will be returning them.
Initially a bit tight at pinky toe, but saturated with SUEDE PROTECTOR, wore while wet and they stretched. I have 4 colors!! I usually get sturdy, comfy shoes but these are just fine and look cute. Perfect when my pedicure is not sandal-ready!
from Evansville IN
The perfect smooth styling for my body...flattering for a curvy larger size (14-16.) Lightweight navy fabric for warmer months, allowing for colorfully designed tops. This and my Mountain Hardwear skirts are wardrobe staples!
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