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First off I love the feel of these shoes. I'm 6 months pregnant & need a shoe that I can wear with my maxi dresses as heels and regular flats and flip flops make my arches hurt so bad. I wore these all day at the fair with my son and didn't have feet pain at all. That being said. I have small feet but they are wide. The width could have been better for me was a tiny bit narrow but for normal feet it would be great (adidas should make a wide option for all shoes!!) my only true complaint... I wear a size 7.5. I got a size 8 as per other reviews saying buy a half a size up. Width wise I'm glad I did but omg it's way too long for my feet/toes I sorta look like a platypus haha it's way too much room in the front if I hadn't worn them I would have returned for a 7.5 and just worn them in a bit so they fit well. I look sorta silly but luckily you can't really see them with dresses. If I buy again I'll go down a half size but don't know if these are worth $65. For the comfort yes but the look could be better.
I have other Stella capris that fit perfectly in my size, but these ran really small in the waistband (created muffin-top) and the rise was too low. They also do not have a gusset so were uncomfortable. Will be returning. Wouldn't recommend.
I love these little ballet flats. I change into them at work and still look great. Not too athletic looking. I wear a size 8 and ordered the 8, sadly they were too big but I was traveling the next day so I placed insoles in them which helped. I would say these run at least a half size too big unless maybe you have a wide foot. I would order these again in a different color and a smaller size. I have the black pair.
I own several adidas shoes, I'm always a 6.5 womens. I purchased these off the website because weren't in store yet and I was concerned that they might be too big or smal. I'm not sure if I should have bought a 7 or if it's just the shoe. The length feels right but the toe of the shoe pushes down on my foot. General you don't have to break things in from adidas, I feel like maybe these do. They are very stiff. They are definitely more comfortable then average flats but I'm not sure their worth 70ish dollars. Overall I'm not sure if I'd recommend them or not. I've just been wearing them around the house for a couple hours to decide what id like to do.
I've always wanted a ballerina type slip on sneaker and was so happy with my blue ones that I've searched out a black pair which I will probably wear all the time when my flip flops are too casual. So comfortable, yet flattering, feminine and edgy- love, love ,love them. They wash well, too.
Purchased a pair for myself & my mom: While they are super cute, I think they are nearly tolerable with the right socks, otherwise they are not the most comfortable of shoe. You would think they might be a little more breathable with the partially "translucent" patterns on the side, but no, super sweaty. My mom sees no issue & is fond of them. Also, these shoes in a rating scale are close to size but still a little larger than the standard. I don't think it's enough to order a half size down though because this extra room accounts for the socks that should be worn with them.
They are quite comfortable as long as you're not walking too far - after a while, the back rubs against your ankles and can cause a little bit of discomfort. I didn't think that they would rub so much given that they are slightly too big. Also, the sole of my left shoe was glued in slightly askewed, which can be seen in the photo.
I am really impressed with these shoes. Most ballet flats hurt my feet because they don't have enough 'give'. I've only worn these twice but the only problem I've had is on my left heel it rubs a bit but they are breaking in fast. I love the look of them and they are excellent in terms of breathability.