Some Curves/Average Height
I am glad I went up a size! I wear a 7.5 in Jeffrey Campbell, but these were perfect size in an 8. If you have never worn Jeffrey Campbell's before, I would suggest going up a full size from your normal size. If you have worn Jeffrey Campbell's and know your size, go up a half size. I normally waver between a 7 and a 7.5 in normal shoes - Jeffrey Campbells I always wear a 7.5- but these must run much smaller. I have been eyeing these for YEARS! I finally purchased them in the last size available- an 8- doubtful that they would fit. I have the back strap on the tightest setting but the footbed is the perfect width and length for my foot! Comfortable as always, a great boost in height, and easy to walk in. Kudos to Revolve for VERY FAST shipping, impeccable service, and guranteeing my new customer discount! Just in time to take these with me on vacation! I will shop with you again!
los angeles, ca
These shoes are even better in person! The look is amazing, that's a given. They are super comfortable despite being really high. The leather is also really really soft, which I was worried about. Probably my most comfortable platforms. What I love is that they look really really good with skinny jeans (probably better than wearing with skirts/dresses), especially black. People are right about sizing, these run probably 1/2 a size small. I normally wear an 8.5 and the 9 fits perfectly (I ordered an 8 too, but the toe area was too tight). The ankle strap is (like other reviews on other websites say) really loose, even on the tightest hole. This is the only flaw in the design. Other than that, GET THESE WHILE THEY'RE STILL IN STOCK!!!!! Basically just like the D&G version, but for a fraction of the price!
I love these! Jeffrey Campbell makes such comfortable heels. I usually wear a 6.5 in heels but I ordered these in a 7. They fit perfectly! The ankle straps are loose. I have them on the tightest hole but I can still slip them on and off. They are still very comfortable to walk in, just be careful not to roll your ankle.