"Nice loafers. I got them in black- runs true to size for me. They are comfortable in general, but the first few times I wore them (without socks) these shoes surprisingly gave me blisters. I was limping- ouch. I figured they just took some getting used to. I only bought these because I liked them enough and they were $10 at the store; but in terms of quality, they're not quite worth $20 in my opinion."
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Review 2 for Cooperative Sloane Suede Loafer
True to size
Location: orange county, ca
(December 2, 2012)
"i bought these in black in my regular size 7 and they were small. bummer. i should have listened to the 1st reviewer and gone a half size up. i don't think they could stretch out to a comfortable size. positive thing is that they are more flexible than i thought they would be. i thought they would be stiff at the front part but i was surprised they weren't so rigid. my pair did look a bit cheap. on the right shoe where the suede pinches together at the toe area, the material came undone. which isn't a big deal and a little glue could fix that but it kind of cheapens it. i'll see if i can exchange it for a larger size. i got it on sale $19. for $19, i would keep it if it fit. for full price, i would not."
"Picked up a pair of these loafers in black, and I love them so much. These run a bit small; I usually wear an 8 but had to get these in 7.5. Construction is solid and the color is true black. My only complaint is the stitching on the insole can be itchy at times on bare feet, but that's the only (small) negative. I love that these are simple, but have some personality. I look forward to wearing them with everything from skinny jeans to skirts and dresses!"
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Review 4 for Cooperative Sloane Suede Loafer
(October 21, 2012)
"I bought the blue/ turquoise pair because we are in the midst of spring here and I wanted some shoes that were colourful for a change, as I own lots of black and brown shoes. Saying that, I thik this colour could work in autumn and winter with black jeans in warmer climates. I like these, but they are a bit small. I ordered a 7 and they are a bit tight, however I think suede has a tendency to stretch a lot. If you are a 7 though, I would go for the 7.5. Otherwise these are nice and can't wait to wear them more often."