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Let this shoe from Worishofer cradle your foot in comfort. The leather-lined footbed is breathable and padded for a massaging step, while the leather upper features two adjustable buckles and stylish perforations.
I ordered these, unsure if they'd be too big or too small, as I am 3.5 wide, and 6 tends to be too long. These were just right! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Melinda
I love the looks of this shoe and the fact that it's a true red, not more wine, but the European sizing is not exactly in sync with American sizes. I wear a 7, not a 6.5-7. Read morePublished 23 days ago by VA Belle
shoes are beautiful and soft but I found the fit a little on the small size. I take a size 9 and ordered the 40 which just barely fits.Published 1 month ago by Pat Manzer
These shoes are very comfortable to wear, and are light weight, one hardly feels them on the feet. Fits with casual to elegant attire.Published 1 month ago by Frank M.
I own lots of navy summer clothes and bought these to wear with them all. Looks great. Very comfortable. Good heal high for running around all day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Parsnip
Did not like the fit of the shoe. My toes hung over the front. Did not like the slingback and colorPublished 3 months ago by Sharon Aitken
These were my go-to comfort shoes this summer. They were cute enough to wear with dresses, yet comfortable enough to walk all day in Washington, DC. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heidi in Texas
Worishofer slingbacks are wonderful. Comfortable, really cute, I can walk around that grocery store's concrete floors, and my legs and feet do not ache. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Veronica St. Louis
Love these shoes!!! So comfortable and they look really nice on my feet. I suppose the style could be described as "granny chic" like some reviewers pointed out, but I AM... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brigitte Dyer