"Growing up we only had black or brown loafers or “saddle shoes”. I always longed for colored shoes so when I was working I bought shoes in many colors. Usually lovely high heels. Now as a senior I need flat shoes and it is so hard to find colored shoes so I wear a lot of black flats. I am so happy to see colors coming back into our shoes."--Lina A.
Women Shoes Size Chart
Our shoes fit true to US standard sizing, meaning you should simply order what you normally wear (or which size appears most in your closet).
If you are between two half sizes (e.g., sometimes 7.5, sometimes 8), we recommend ordering the lower of the two.
You also can follow the guide here below to measure yourself.
How To Measure :
If you have any questions about the size, please contact our customer service!
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The boots are soft to the touch made from gorgeous calfskin leather. As you notice the ruching is right here where your feet to naturally flexes and it gives you a little bit more space in here so the boots fit true to size but it is actually a little bit roomy in terms of comfort.
✅Upper: Cowhide Leather
✅Lining: Supple Cowhide Leather & Soft and cozy monochromatic paisley textile lining.
✅Outsole: Wear-resistant rubber
✅Insole: Synthetic leather padded insole.
✅Hardware: Solid brass zipper
Combining supple leather and top-rate technique from skillful craftsmen, to create amazing comfort!
✅Heel Height: 2cm/0.78 inches
✅Closure Type: Two zippers, Adjustable
✅These are handmade products so it may take more time to produce than other shoes.
✅The shoes are genuine leather products that are able to have a little contact with water but they can not be soaked in water for a long time.
✅Handmade products. It takes 10 days to send out after ordering. Please understand！
They are super comfortable and yet so unique looking. Wear her with jeans or casual wear, and either way, you will always stand on a stage.
The cowhide leather is a leftover from the food industry; No animal is killed for your shoes. We are well aware that leather comes from larger animals. However, animals aren’t raised in order to give us leather: they’re raised for their meat, milk or wool.
While this might not sound much better to someone who is a vegetarian, the average person can rest easy knowing that the leather was not taken from a cow who was raised and killed just for their hide.