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Review 1 for CW by Carin Wester Bonita Slingback Sandal
Location: Toronto, Canada
Best buy ever :)
(December 30, 2012)
"I am usually 8.5 or 9. But I got this in 10 and it fits perfect. I order after reading the review. one size bigger is not a problem and also the best buy I could have done till now. It looks beautiful and so comfy that i can wear it everyday in summer.... Love it!!!"
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Review 2 for CW by Carin Wester Bonita Slingback Sandal
(October 2, 2012)
"These shoes are so gorgeous but run very small on the sides. I am normally a 9 but can fit anywhere from a 81/2 to a 10. I ordered the 81/2 and they are a tight squeeze and my feet look like they are bursting out of the sides. They are so sweet though especially the color!"
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Review 3 for CW by Carin Wester Bonita Slingback Sandal
"if it fits you. You will most definitely need to size up on these shoes, and if your feet are not narrow, there's a chance they still won't fit right even with the right size. I am pretty consistently a 7, even a 6.5, so I initially ordered the 6.5 in grey. It was waaaaaay too small and barely made it onto my feet. I tried the 7.5 and it was unfortunately still a bit too small, and since it was so narrowly constructed it didn't fit very well at all; it crushed my toes and the front of my foot, while oddly gaping at the cutouts on the side. I don't even consider myself having particularly wide feet, so it seems like it's cut pretty narrow. The leather sole also seemed slippery, so even if it fit I would have been worried about how balanced or safe I felt wearing them. It's such a pity since these are gorgeous in person: sturdy construction, really nice leather upper, leather interior, leather sole, tough canvas heel, plus it's apparently entirely hand made. It's a quality shoe, and if it didn't fit so oddly on me I would love to keep them. Just remember to size up (maybe even two sizes) if you are going to try them out. Oh, also, if this helps figuring out what size to get: I had a suspicion that the shoe was in European sizing and that Urban had converted them into American sizes, and it turns out I was right: a 6.5 is a 37, a 7.5 a 38, and so on."