Harlie d'Orsay, Black/Clear
i always buy the same size of this brand , but this model of this brand is too tight because of shape of front of shoes
February 23, 2013
The leather looks cheap and the plastic cuts into your foot. Im disappointed... I love LAMB shoes
February 23, 2013
Beautiful shoe! Is true to size but feels a little tight in the toe at first. The contrast in material at the toe felt weird as well. Once you break them in though they're fine. Overall a beautiful shoe and worth the time to break them in!
December 27, 2012
Such a cute shoe but they are so tight in the toe bed that my toes actually went numb while sitting down.
December 22, 2012
These shoes are grown & sexy. I get compliments everywhere i go. I normally wear an 8.5 in pointed toe shoes. They run true to size & are fairly comfortable. The heel is higher than 3 in. Its at least 4inches Great Purchase!
December 17, 2012
I agree with the comment regarding the low quality of the leather. The overall style is sexy and still sophisticated. However, I'm not sure if it is because the shoe runs small or simply because of the pointy shape, but you can see through the clear plastic toe portion that your big toe is being forced inward. That doesn't look sexy at all. For that reason, I have returned them.
December 12, 2012
They are beautiful shoes and totally sexy!!! I was not that impressed with the feel of the leather for the price I was expecting better quality . I had to return them because they were too small I would have liked to re purchase them but for the price and quality I think I will wait till they go on sale further if I want to still get them. Overall they look good and fit well they just run a but small.
November 17, 2012
This shoe is gorgeous but it runs a little small plus i need a bigger platform for this size heel, I believe the heel is taller than 3 3/4 in. But if beauty is more important this is your shoe, there was a time where I would've been able to wear this shoe...lol. Order at least a half size larger and it might be comfortable.
November 3, 2012