Barbara Barbieri Made in Italy Leather and Suede Wingtip Boots (For Women)
About Barbara Barbieri Made in Italy Leather and Suede Wingtip Boots (For Women)
Closeouts. A rich mix of leather and suede topped with a bit of broguing on the wingtip and at the heel give Barbara Barbieri's leather and suede wingtip boots sophisticated style fashion-savvy gals crave.
Specs about Barbara Barbieri Made in Italy Leather and Suede Wingtip Boots (For Women)
- Upper: Patent leather and suede with elastic side panels
- Lining: Leather
- Outsole: Synthetic
- Height: 7"
- Heel height: 1-1/4"
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 12 oz.
- All specs based on size 8
- Made in Italy
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Gorgeous and lightweight but narrowReviewed by SeaSee from New Jersey on Sunday, August 19, 2018I really wanted these to work but the width at the ball of the foot was unusually narrow.
Super cute horrible fitReviewed by X10 from NM on Thursday, February 22, 2018I wear a 10 M in almost all shoes. These, although aDORable, are roomy from the ball of the foot back and CRAZY tight from the ball of the foot forward. Not in a squeeze your toes way, but in a the sole of my foot folded in half way. If your foot is a triangle, with a wide heel and 3 toes, these are your CUTE booties. The sole is a little stiff, but they ARE a platform.
Didn't fitVerified Buyer Reviewed by Anoli from Chicago on Wednesday, February 14, 2018Those boots are very well-made, quality boots, but they didn't fit me. I guess, boots are one of the items that need to be tried on first in the store. Had to return them.
Wingtips for Women!Reviewed by Big foot from New Hampshire on Friday, January 26, 2018I was overly excited to have found these boots; they could not arrive fast enough. Heavy sigh, they are extremely narrow. I noticed this right out of the box. Crossing my fingers I tried them on; first with socks and then without. I hoped I could wear nylons instead of socks; even too narrow for nylons. I will note my feet tend toward the wide, but I am able to wear most M width shoes. They have a hefty sole, but not a heavy one. I was looking for a pair of boots I could wear in bad weather, but stylish enough I did not have to tote along a pair shoes for inside. Sadly, I had return only because they were too narrow.