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Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (1 user review.): "I wear an 8.5 and they fit perfectly...These sandles are very cute and comfortable...Are ..." see more »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (1 user review.): "I wear an 8.5 and they fit perfectly...These sandles are very cute and comfortable...Are received a lot of compliments when I wear them...everyone loves them..." see less »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (39 user reviews): "These are comfy considering they are closed toe...I've had them a week and already w..." see more »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (39 user reviews): "These are comfy considering they are closed toe...I've had them a week and already worn them out twice! I bought these shoes a few months back...I wish they came in beige I would have ordered them too!! love, love, love these! Super cute and super cumfy..." see less »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (217 user reviews): "The shoes are beautiful and I love wearing them...I was looking for a bit of a dressier..." see more »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge (217 user reviews): "The shoes are beautiful and I love wearing them...I was looking for a bit of a dressier open toe shoe to wear with a Khaki jacket that I have and this shoe is perfect...the fit is perfect and will definately be ordering more from this company who promptly sent them to me...no wait time at all! Thanks..." see less »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge: "Black Girl is a play by American playwright J. E. Franklin. It was first produced on public television in ..." see more »
Reviews for this Madden Girl wedge: "Black Girl is a play by American playwright J. E. Franklin. It was first produced on public television in 1969, followed by an off-Broadway production in 1971. It was ..." see less »