Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4 out of 5 by MilwaukeeGirl Great looking shoe
Fits true to size and even room for a light sock. It looks just like the picture and in person the color is even better. It is to warm and out of season to wear them right now so I cannot comment on all day wear but around the house they feel comfortable. Because of this reason I am rating a 4. I am very honest on my reviews. If I don't like something and especially if I don't think it is worth the price - I point it.
Rated 5 out of 5 by almenvm cute bootie
I have worn these booties the last two days. Received many compliments on the black bootie I purchased. This bootie does not feel high and was comfortable for me.
Rated 5 out of 5 by little big toe Lucky to get All 3 Colors!
These shooties are everything that Jane stated during presentation... Wow! Just beautiful and comfortable! I'm thrilled to have gotten my size 9&1/2 in all colors as a Lunchtime Special before they sold out. I do agree with the other review as they are a little more narrow than a normal medium but I have narrow feet so they are perfect for me... Yay! And I will say that the Desert Khki has an olive undertone so very hot color right now and the grey is a true grey (not taupe) which I'm grateful for... Frustrating when you order a grey shoe and its actually not grey at all... I am a little concerned about the weather elements here in MI with the snow/wet conditions during cold months but will just have to watch for clear days. The heel does not feel too high due to the front platform to balance your foot and compensate. Love Franco Sarto designs and have many...good work horse shoes!
Rated 4 out of 5 by dmurdock functional details, narrow fit
Bought the gray in this very stylish bootie. It is expensive but well made although the comfortable top trim is not leather. Buckles actually work for easier entry. But these run narrow. I won't be able to wear heavy sox or tights with these only thin sox or knee highs. If your foot runs toward the wider side of medium or your feet swell, these won't work for you. Also, I allowed myself to think these were made in Italy with all the hoopla surrounding Franco Sarto's appearance on shoe shopping with Jane. Despite the qvc.com text saying imported, they are NOT imported from Italy but rather China. I would like to know where stuff comes from... a little more explicit statement of origin would be welcome on the Q shows and web page.