Rated 4 out of 5 by GodmotheroftheBride True to Size
Since my usual size (8W) was not available, based on other reviewers' comments, I took a gamble and ordered 1/2 size down. Wrong! Although I can put them on, the tips of my toes go a bit beyond the edge of the shoe. The shoes themselves are quite pretty, and they even minimize the appearance of the bunion I have on one foot. If they were made of real leather, I think they'd look much better. The finish on these is a bit "tinny", but under a long dress it probably won't be too bad. I've requested to be advised when 8W comes in. I'm keeping my fingers crossed this will happen before too long since I need to practice walking in heels higher than I'm currently used to wearing. They also could use some scuffing up on the soles, as they seem to be slippery.
August 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Debsch Perfect shoes
I struggle finding shoes I like because I have a wide foot. I had looked everywhere in stores for shoes for my son's wedding in June. I saw these on-line but resisted buying them because I figured I would just have to send them back. But, having no luck at finding anything in the stores, I ordered these and am wonderfully pleased. They fit perfectly and are exactly what I was looing for. Perfect heel height too!
April 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by ffg422 Not for wide feet
I love the style of these shoes! I wear a size five, but if I fear a pair of shoes may be too tight on my wide feet, I order half a size up. These shoes were still way too tight even though I went up half a size :( They are beautiful shoes, but I had to return them because they were too uncomfortable/tight.
December 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3WeddingMom comfortable shoe
Wellmade shoe was comfortable, but I returned it because the peep toe opening was too wide and my toes slid forward thru it. The heel was a little higher than I expected and wearing all evening would have been a challenge.
The color was the perfect bronze which was very hard to find to match my dress, and the bling was just enough.
September 24, 2012