Jimmy Choo Romy 100 Reviews

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10

Comfortable, Classic, & Sexy!

I own both the nude and black pairs in Romy and love them. The pumps are VERY comfortable, and I can wear them from day to night. The patent leather is dressy and very well made. I had to double check the heel height because I couldn’t believe how comfortable they are!

Molly
10

Beautiful shoe

Beautiful shoe, just gorgeous. True to size and fits like a glove. Very comfortable to walk in even on day one. Love viewing my legs in the shoe; very attractive. Yes, I would recommend.

Pamela S
10

super cute

this pair of shoes is amazing. It is very comfortable and pretty. love it !

RUI A
10

Comfortable

I always wear Jimmy Choos because they seem to fit me well. These are very similar to the Abel, but I found them roomier in the toe box and the heel more substantial. I also had the impression that they ran longer, because usually the 35.5 fits me closer than this model. It’s a great shoe.

DEM1978
8

True to Size

I read the reviews and ordered 1/2 up. Had to return them to big. In my case it was true to size. A tiny bit narrow at the toes but after wearing it will stretch. Perfect height heel. I can walk in these shoes. I bought loubitons originally and they were too painful and I couldn’t walk. Love these shoes!

GiaTruPyt
10

Fits well

Perfect! True to size and beautiful!

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Product Details

  • Timeless elegance rules the day with this streamlined stiletto pump fashioned with a perfectly pointed toe.
  • 4″ (100mm) heel (size 39).
  • Leather upper, lining and sole.
  • By Jimmy Choo; made in Italy.
  • Salon Shoes.

Brand Details

jimmy choo logo - Jimmy Choo Romy 100

The iconic Jimmy Choo brand is defined by an empowered sense of glamour and a confident sense of style a magnetic vibe that punctuates shoes and handbags, sunglasses and scarves. Founded in 1996, the brand’s trendsetting styles are revered by taste makers worldwide. Jimmy Choo continues to grace the red carpet under the creative direction of the founder’s niece, Sandra Choi.