For women with affinities for modern, elegant styles, Nina shoes are always stunning choices. Founded in New York by brothers Stanley and Mike Silverstein in 1953, the trend-setting Nina footwear brand began with a single pair of groundbreaking platform sandals. By the late 1950s, footwear from the Silverstein brothers was making a splash on fashion show runways and even gracing the stage of the annual Miss Universe contest. Today, after more than 60 years in the business, Nina shoes, boots and sandals are frequently seen in well-known fashion ... Learn more about Nina magazines, department stores and boutiques from L.A. to New York to London. ... Less
Reviewed by Rakhi's Mom from Bellevue, WA on Sunday, July 19, 2015
I was enthused to get this pair of shoes but disappointed to find they were too narrow for my feet. I have average wide feet and ordered 8.5, which should fit me with a medium thick sock. These were fine in length but just too narrow. Sadly I have to return them. I'm an older woman who still likes to dress with elan and some abandon and these would have been super fun this fall.
Reviewed by Swiss Miss from Midwest on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
These are wicked cute shoes - BUT run narrow and short. I would advise ordering a whole size up - or at least (and best to have a narrow foot). I woudl have exchanged - but they only go up to 10 (though fits like a 9). The shoes itself is beyond cute - and fairly well made (the top part). There are issues that all espadrille style shoes have - sadly you know they are not going to be long lived shoes and the pair I got while lovely had an issue of the rope sole not being well finished - there were some rope ends on the foot bed that I suspect would be annoying when wearing.
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