Crackled Copper Heels

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  • Fits true to size
  • Leather upper, insole, sole
  • 3.75" leather wrapped heel
  • Imported
  • Style #: 24724031

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Rated 5 out of 5 by will go with everything I have a pair of Corso Como flats from Anthro from 2008 that have been my favorite pair of shoes and are still in great shape today. The quality of Corso Como shoes make them worth every penny – I would buy their shoes over anyone's any day. These are a little steeper than I imagined but still really comfortable. The color is fantastic and will go with EVERYTHING. June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Your and your wardrobe will thank you These shoes are amazing. They are a brighter copper than they look in the photo, but they will, indeed, go with everything. Also, they are insanely comfortable. They have padding on the insoles almost like a running shoe. The possible downside to this is that the heel comes up a little further in the back than most heels. This does not bother me at all and I think the aesthetic is gorgeous. I was really concerned about the review that these shoes ran narrow. They do not run narrow at all. I have bunions both from genetics, a love of wearing pumps, and especially because I have been dancing (ballet) for over 20 years. These shoes do not pinch at all. I am always one to accept that beauty is pain when it comes to footwear... except in this case because these shoes feel like heaven. July 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by classy with a pop! I fell in love with the color of the shoes, and the fact that its a classic pump with a twist. I was not disappointed when they arrive, for even without turning on the lights they seemed to glow. Im usually a 5.5 or 6 and ordered a 6 in these so I would say they run true to size and maybe even a tiny bit small. They are a little roomy but not enough that I worry they will slip off my feet. Construction is excellent and there even is some cushioning in the foot bed. A tiny sparkle is added to the bottom of the shoe so even walking away they have an extra something. May 21, 2012
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