|Fits as expected||
Jessica Simpson Women's Beatricy Riding Boot
|Price:||$48.65 - $79.99|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 15.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Boot opening measures approximately 14.5" around
- Made in China
- Leather Upper
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Whether your city chic or country sleek this Jessica Simpson riding boot will suit your look. Beatricy showcases a brown leather upper with a charming buckle at the vamp. This equestrian boot will be at the top of your list with it's sturdy 1 inch block heel.
It's a breeze to step pretty in the urban Jungle in this gotta-have-it espadrille from Jessica Simpson. This sun-kissed platform's bright hues liven up day-to-day cropped pants and denim ensembles, plus you can't beat its height, perfect for adding even more legginess to thigh-skimming skirts and shorts.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004VQ7ZRU
- Item model number: BEATRICY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 9, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
The toe box is elongated just enough beyond the wearable area of the boot so that, along with the oddly curved-out heel box, they make your feet appear clownishly long when you are wearing the correct size. The asymmetrical shaft tends to flare out instead of up; this will be much more of a problem if you have average to slender legs. Finally, while there is some shape to the shaft, the ankle is absolutely vast. To be clear, my legs are not unusually thin, and even with jeans and socks, the shaft is still baggy and unflattering.
Overall the fit suggests that the manufacturer was trying to ward off the inevitable complaints of women who have larger legs and consequent bad experiences with tall boots. If so, the correct solution would have been to offer both an average shaft and a wide shaft, rather than seemingly trying to split the difference. These odd dimensions are likely to make anyone's body look peculiar unless you actually HAVE odd dimensions.
While the style looks great in a photo, and the construction and leather are good quality, the fit issues are a huge disappointment. These are not the most expensive boot, but at this price I at least expect to not look like a little girl in her daddy's boots. In the future I'll just spring for the extra cost and get Frye boots or a designer label, even when it comes to a trend like the riding boot.
If you are inclined to scuffing your boots, KEEP AWAY. I scuffed them after one day and the black faux-leather competely came off, revealing a very pale gray color that I had to cover up with a black marker. This happened multiple times.
If you are going to use these frequently, try something of higher quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They started to look very worn after only a few wears. The synthetic materials showed creases very quickly and you could tell they weren't high quality just by looking at them.Published 3 months ago by Megan Bryant
I've had brown ones for 3 years and love them. These are just like them but black. Love them!Published 21 months ago by Janet Christopherson
I sent these back. They could be sold at Payless and fit right in.Published 22 months ago by Tor J.