Shoes.com asked: Why did you choose this?
- laurinda: "I wear a narrow width, and you can't buy narrow widths in most stores anymore. So, I neede a dress black shoe, and this style suited my taste."
- Carolyn: "I needed a nice black shoe with style."
- Carla: "I like the pattern."
- LINDA: "I thought they were very stylish but comfortable."
- Elizabeth: "Dress shoe with a low heal, leather and narrow size"
- Patricia: "low heels"
Jo asked: what is difference between Narrow (S) & Narrow (N)?
- Emily (staff): "Hello, Here is how women's widths are defined: Slim = 4A, 3A, AAA, S Narrow = 2A, AA, N, A Medium = B, M (Standard), OT Wide = C, D, W X Wide = E, 2E, EE, WW, XW XX Wide = 3E, EEE, 4E, XXW Hope that helps! Shoes.com"
- JOYCE: "Narrow (S) is more narrow than Narrow (N). I think the S stands for slim."
- LINDA: "I ordered the N and they expanded to the point I couldn't keep them on my foot. I loved the shoe so I would buy a smaller size next time."