JAMESON FLAT THONG SANDAL
Color:Clusters of resin stones transform the Jameson Flat Thong Sandal into statement jewelry for your feet. Made of supple leather, its comfortable slip-on shape can effortlessly transition from day to evening, and from sand to street, making this packable pair perfect for warm-weather getaways.
Style Number: 51138313
DETAILS & FIT
- Leather upper.
- Resin embellishment.
- Roller buckle closure at ankle.
- Leather lining and sole.
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by AlexandraBee Live in these! I ordered these in the turquoise color this spring and absolutely love them! They have become my go-to summer sandal and I always receive lots of compliments when wearing them. The only problem I have is that after only a few months, they seem a bit more worn than I would like for this price point. Nonetheless, I would order them again in a heartbeat! July 16, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by ArtSasha Painful, but gorgeous! I love the look of these sandals and the design. The only issue that I have with these sandals is that the stones dig into your skin and it gets really painful to walk in them. The only way I managed to avoid the pain is by loosening the straps a lot. This way, the stones are not digging into my skin. July 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by LaurenA LOVE These shoes but almost got seriously hurt in them! First, let me start by saying that these shoes are beautiful, stunning, gorgeous. I adore them! And, I was so excited to get them and wear them that I took them out of the box, put them on and headed down the stairs (with my 11 month old baby in my arms). Two steps down the stairs and I realized that the bottom of these shoes are like glass. My feel slipped out from under me and I fell on my arm and hip. Luckily I was able to hold on to the railing and the baby did not get hurt, but I was pretty bruised. I've been too scared to wear them ever since. If TB could figure out how to actually get some traction on the bottom of these shoes they would be wonderful. I know there are things I can buy to put on the bottom, etc. but when you pay this much for shoes, you shouldn't have to make that kind of effort just to be able to wear them without hurting yourself. May 19, 2014
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