Cyprus calf hair sandals (B6693, $88) run in whole sizes from 5 – 12. This color is called small leopard brown (SLB). Calf hair upper.
Size 9 – I wear 7.5 and usually wear 8 in whole sizes. There was no 8 to try, so I tried the 9. Surprisingly, they fit very comfortable. I tried on the solid white ($78) in 8 and couldn’t get the flip to flop. They felt tight across the top and threatened to keep my foot flat. I couldn’t see walking in them. This size 9 gave my toes enough room to sit comfortablly in the front, allowing the flip to flop. Hopefully that makes sense.
There is a small, raised heel, but I would plan on wearing them when I didn’t have to walk a lot. A personal like for me.
I think if you have a narrow toe line/width then go with your usual whole size. If your foot is squared off at the toes like mine, consider going up a size. So for me, I would be going from 8 to 9. Here’s a pic from an old review showing the pointed Everlys (narrow toe box) vs my toe line. My foot is a medium width, definitely not wide. But my toes are more squared off than slanted.
Cyprus jeweled sandals (C1324, $158) run in whole sizes from 5 – 12. This color is called navy. Cotton canvas upper. Leather lining.
Size 8 – There’s more stretch in the fabric of these pair, so the size 8 fit well. I could flip and flop just fine. I liked them better on display than on my feet, though.
They felt dressed up hippie. Notice I didn’t say hippie chic. It’s a fine line. I think they would look much better (on me) with an anke length jean or shorts, but it’s not a match for me. I think it’s the fraying (?) that ruined it for me.
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