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Shoe Review: Torrid!

I bought these shoes from Torrid just over a week ago and they finally arrived! :)

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Torrid Madrid Heel: $39

The Madrids are amazzzzzing. As someone who has serious problems finding a shoes that fit well (my feet are flat and size 10 WIIIIDE), finding high strappy heels that fit and are comfortable is like winning the fashion jackpot! Pretty good, I've got to say. Plus, since the back has two adjustable buckles, you can adjust the fit so it's perfect.

The one drawback? I think they sent me a defective shoe. The part with the studs where the leather meets the wood sole was coming apart and had a mess of glue all over! There was even a red arrow sticker pointing it out! Called customer service and they're sending a new pair and emailing me a prepaid return label for the defective ones. Now that's good service!






This is another great shoe--my only complaint is that it's a little too big around the ankle, and it isn't adjustable since the closure is a sipper, not buckles. Otherwise, the construction is good, it's relatively comfortable from what I can tell so far, and I really like the stud details!




This shoe is seriously pretty badass. It's got a super sexy cutout design, and a cute bow on the back of the heel. The fabric is also great--a sturdy satin fabric. 

There are two drawbacks from this shoe: 1) Again, since it zips up in the back, you can't adjust it if it's too big or to small (too big in my case, and my foot slips around) and 2) the bottom of the shoe has VERY LITTLE traction. I was walking around the apartment testing them out and almost slipped. I'm going to have rubber soles put on the bottoms.







The shoes my big big feet:
Madrid:
Defect!

Ruby:

Precious:


Overall, I'm pretty happy with my purchase. I can't wait to receive my non-defective Madrid heels though! I think they're my favorite :)

Yours, Etc.
CurvyGirlChic

6 comments:

  1. those are really cute, I really like the bow detail on the precious ones!

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  2. really cute how are they on widths? I have a pretty wide foot!

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  3. @Nina Seriously--I love bows on pretty much anything so I had to get these! :)

    @princessvalencia They're actually great for wide widths--I'm not sure how wide my foot is compared to others' feet but it's nearly impossible for me to wear normal sizes and all of these shoes fit comfortably with space to spare. (Torrid indicates on the product page whether or not the shoes are designed for a wider foot and calf--not all do!) Hope this helps! :)

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  4. Found your blog by accident, but I have a question. What size Torrid shoe would I have to buy if my regular size is 9/12 wide or 10 wide(my sister)?

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  5. I just found Torrid and Love their shoes, but I'm having a little problem figuring out their sizing chart. (I swear I'm sizing chart illiterate!) I wear a 9 1/2 Wide, sometimes 10W depending on cut. What size shoe would I have to buy for a good fit? Also, Precious is stunning!

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    1. Hi Natalie! Most of Torrid's shoes are cut with a wide width (it should say on their site if it is medium or wide)! So if you're normally a 9.5, get the 9.5 on their site! :) I will say though, that if you're able to get to a store, try them on in person--I've had shoes from them that run small or large! :) Hope that helps!

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