Review: Sam Edelman Rodney Pointy Toe d’orsay Flats

One more shoe review post before I get back into the EOTD posts. This one is another Sam Edelman shoe that I fell in love with. I usually cannot wear flats or pumps unless there is some sort of strap holding my feet in due to my  super narrow heels, but these are great, and I love the leopard pattern. Check out the Sam Edelman Rodney D’orsay Pointy Toe Flats:


Look: I really love these flats. I’ve been on the hunt for a great leopard flat for many years, but have been unable to find a pair that not only fits, but I’m happy with the leopard pattern as well. Usually I find the print to be too dark, or the spots are too large and it just seems unnatural-looking to me. The leopard version comes in calf hair, but the other colors vary and either come in leather, suede or canvas/fabric if you are looking at the floral or the gingham. I also love the d’orsay and pointy toe of the flats which make them kinda sexy. They come in at least eight different colors and patterns including black leather(!), olive suede and an oatmeal suede.

Quality: Similar quality to other Sam Edelman shoes. They have synthetic inner lining an sole. The quality of the calf hair in this case appears to be good and not too stiff. I don’t see any issues with materials coming apart of shedding on this particular pair. I also can’t be mad at the extra padding inside of the shoes.

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Comfort: A little extra cushioning in the sole of the shoe really helps with the comfort of the shoe. All too often, I feel like I’m almost walking on concrete with some flats. I didn’t feel any pinching except for the inner part of the left foot, which should probably fix itself with a little wear.

Sizing and fit: TTS, similar sizing to other SE flats. I do not find the toe box to be overly narrow resulting in an uncomfortable toe squeeze. And quite surprisingly, these flats actually stayed on my feet! Well at least my “normal”-sized foot. The other foot which is about half a size smaller than the other, I seem to still walk out of, which is not a good sign. I thought about adding a heel grip to see if that would help the matter, but I’m not too confident that in the long run this would be sufficient.

Price: Depending on the color, from $99.95 to 119.95 at Nordies.

Verdict: Return. As much as I love these, I’m too concerned about the fit on my smaller foot. Better be safe than sorry. Otherwise, I would definitely keep!

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