4.5-inch - Women's Shoes
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Wed Mar 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014donalyng Rating:4.0
I would only recommend these shoes to someone who is looking for 4.5 inch heels, because that's what I measured them to be once I received them. Otherwise, they are very pretty shoes!
Fri Sep 28 00:00:00 MDT 2012mathnutty Rating:3.0
The description says a 3 inch heel for a size 7. Well my 7's came 4.5 inches. Pretty shoe, very sparkly and shiny heels. Seem comfortable, but not for more than an hour or two. These are going back. The toe box is fine for the 7, but again 4.5 inches, wow.
Mon Mar 22 00:00:00 MDT 2010bxg1209 Rating:3.0
Shoes look great! But with a 4.5 inch heel, my feet and legs were SO uncomfortable, and afraid of losing my balance. Unfortunately had to send them back. Fit true to size.
Mon Oct 04 00:00:00 MDT 2010petitegirl Rating:2.0
Although these shoes are cute and sassy, the arch of the foot is unnatural and the heels are way higher than they look or appear to be in the description. They are like 4.5 inches. just not really wearable unless you will be sitting down all evening.
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