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(based on 2 ratings)
Located in: Shoes & Slippers, Women's Shoes
Slipper-soft and flexible, these classic favorites surround your feet in comfort, all day long. Working bow; cushiony tricot lining; treaded rubber sole. Leather-look vinyl. Imported.
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
3 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Fantastic shoes for the money !
By Busy Lady from Dallas , texas on 5/8/2010
Sizing:
Feels half size too small
Width:
Feels too wide
Pros:
Comfortable, Durable, Versatile
Best Uses:
Casual Wear, Work
Describe Yourself:
Comfort Driven
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Ballerina Bow Shoes:

These shoes do run a little small & a little too wide . i just order the next size up & stick them in a sink of hot water & soak them for a while ! I then hang them outside to dry & they shrink up perfectly ! have these shoes in every color & will continue to order them . have been ordering them for a long time already . I really like the way they come a little higher up & you don't see any hint of your toes !

[1 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
very WIDE!
By n/a from n/a on 3/13/2010
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Width:
Feels too wide
Pros:
Comfortable, Durable, Fits right
Cons:
Too much toe coverage, Too Wide
Best Uses:
Casual Wear, Picking up mail
Describe Yourself:
Style Driven
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Ballerina Bow Shoes:

I ordered the black one. They have a good black sole. These only come in full sizes, but I'm a size 6 so I was lucky. They fit just right. I have skinny feet, so these were too wide and they made my feet look fat; but it fits right. You can use these indoors/outdoors, but since they have a good black sole, it would prolly work bettr 4 outdoors. I think these might actually hold up on the sidewalk or some heavy (window) shopping.

2 improvements that can be done to make these look cuter: 1) make it narrower, so that it can elongate the look of the foot; 2) Use less coverage at the front, so that more of the foot shows (I like flats to cover ONLY the toes, NOT the skin below it as well).

It would've looked cuter if more skin was showing, on the front of the shoe, near the base of the toes (where the actual toe begins). The "TOE COVER" extends at least one inch? past the base of the toe.

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