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Milrockee
Milwaukee, WI
My Style: Casual Chic, Edgy, Downtown monochrome classic
Reviews: 56
Average Rating: 4.0
REVIEWS & RATINGS
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great jean!
I only buy Adriano Goldschmied jeans because they fit my body perfectly. I am 5'10, 125lbs so 25s and 26s fit me perfectly (depending on whether or not they have stretch) A word to the wise/helpful hint when washing these is to turn them inside out, only wash them on the cold cycle, and hang them to dry. These tend to fade faster if you don't.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Good casual boot
I am a size 10 with a very narrow foot. After reading the reviews, I ended up sizing down to a 9 and it fits well. I had no heel issues like the previous reviewers.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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good going-out shirt
I wear this shirt with everything! Runs a little large, I got a S (I am a true size 2) and should have gotten and XS.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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Posted June 01, 2012
Versatile shoe
Got these because I needed a nice pair of sandals to wear out with dresses and jeans alike. I have very thin ankles, so the top band that wraps just above the ankle was about 3/4in too long. Unlike the previous review, I actually found the shoe to be extremely comfortable. I will need to take them to the cobbler to re-size, otherwise very happy with the shoe!
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Posted February 27, 2012
good casual boot
They fit true to size, and are much more durable than they look. The inside of the shoe is also somewhat padded on the sole, so it is extremely comfortable too. Only downside is that they are perhaps a little overpriced for what they are. They resemble Toms, so I would have liked to have seen them in the 90-100 range. Otherwise, quite happy!
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Returning these
Overall, I was fairly disappointed with these glasses. The frames were crooked when I got them and the sides of the glasses were a little too flimsy for my taste. They are also wide, which may be problematic for smaller faces. The purple gradation is also pretty pronounced. Also, when I noticed they were manufactured in China I couldn't help but be turned off (likely extremely cheap to make, then slapped with a huge markup). These glasses simply do not look like they cost $185, rather $20. If you are going to spend around $200 for glasses, I would suggested purchasing Tom Ford frames instead. Highly durable and classic.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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