Rated 4 out of 5 by Maki No Pain No Gain
This Azalea is my 6th pair of Tory Burch flats. I also own 7 pair of flip flops because they're the most comfortable flip flops in the world! So, I was very ecstatic to receive my shoes in the mail - without a doubt, the metallic azalea ballet flat that I bought (in purple) is beautiful. The purple is not as bright and shiny as pictured and it's more subtle. It's really pretty.
The only thing is that the heel part is so hard that it rubs against my foot and it's very painful. I've been wearing it for the past few weeks, and finally started to break in. I never experienced this with other pairs of Tory Burch that I own (Reva or Eddie, etc). Although it's uncomfortable to wear them at times, I just take the pain and waltz around my town because it's beautiful. I've received many complements also. So, I'm glad to add this to my Tory Burch shoe collection in my closet. Thank you!! xo
January 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pri07 Finally cocktail flats!
These flats are so lovely that totally one up any outfit.
Based on the reviews that they run small I took half a size up and they fit perfectly. I'm usually a size 10 so I bought a 10.5
They are very comfy as well.
They look beautiful and I believe they can be worn with either pants and a nice top as well as with an LBD.
January 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by FlatLover Purple sparkles!!
These shoes are so unique and cute!! I was happy to add purple to my closet. I went a half size up like recommended and glad that I did. I have had so many compliments on these shoes, and like that the Tory logo is subtle on the back of this style. The back is a little stiff like stated in earlier reviews, but wearing a thin pair of shoe liners seems to do the trick.
January 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Reesie Pretty Gold Flats
I like that the inner soles are sewn in so that they don't come out every time you take the shoes off. This shoe is beautiful, but like the Reva, they are very tight around the foot and hurt for a little while until broken in.
January 11, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Thefuturemrsb I've always heard...Beauty is pain...
...well these DEFINITELY fit into that category. I have been eying the Azalea for a couple months now and decided to finally take the plunge. Beautiful shoe. Can be dressed up or down and the bronze is a great neutral. But don't even think twice about being able to wear these right out of the box unless you want to have very painful heels. OMG these are some very painful flats. I have 4-5 inch heels that are more comfortable than these. I will be putting these back in the box and stuffed with socks for the next couple of months. After that I will see if the heel grips help some. I have such a love hate relationship with TB flats for this reason ugh! I also had to go a half size up because tts was too tight on my feet but going a half size up seems to rub more on my ankles and heels.
December 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mari81 Not the best purchase
I love the shoe but it it super uncomfortable, the back of the shoe is so hard it pushes in my heel and left me with a cut. I tried putting a band aid but it is so hard in the back its as if i put nothing, so when i put a cotton it pushed my foot forward so my toes hit the front =(
December 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Clarekc Falling apart
I bought these shoes about two months ago. After a painful break in period (back and bridge of shoes pinched - a lot) I finally got them to place where I could enjoy them - they are super cute! But now they are falling apart. The sole is separating from the toe, after only two months of normal wear! I expect way more for the price. I plan on returning.
December 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kim25 Great shoes!!
It seems all Tory Burch shoes I must go up in size. I normally wear a 8 and have to go up half a size or even sometimes one full size. Takes a few wears to break in but otherwise comfortable. Goes great with all my silver holiday outfits. Received tons of compliments on them. If you are looking for silver flats these are the way to go.
December 1, 2013