Over the past few years, Stuart Weitzman’s knee-high and over-the-knee (OTK) boots have exploded in popularity. These boots are extremely well-made and maintain their shape for years. However, it’s been confusing at times to keep up with all the styles – especially those that are newer to the scene.
I’ve owned a pair of black leather 5050s for several seasons and love how comfortable and versatile they are. Recently, I added a pair of black suede Highlands to the mix, but I was also curious about the medium-heel-height Alljacks in suede. I decided to put together a comparison of all 3 boots, since most reviews compare the 5050s, Lowlands and Highlands, but don’t really touch on the mid-heel ranged boots.
When I purchased my first pair Rothy’s, I was excited that they offer half sizes (you can read my initial review here). I bought The Flat (round-toed version) in Grey Birdseye – a great neutral that I can wear both casually and to the office. I’d been tempted to try out The Point, but have typically been cautious of pointed flats, given my already long-and-narrow feet. However, the release of the sparkly rose gold and navy Midnight Metallic had me instantly flinging away my concerns to purchase a pair immediately, in my usual size 7.5
Now that I have a pair of The Flat and The Point, I wanted to do a side by side comparison of sizing. I myself wasn’t sure of the sizing differences – so I hope this is helpful for those deciding between the two styles!
Oh hey summer, you’re finally here! Unlike the rest of California (or even the Bay Area), San Francisco typically stays overcast and chilly during the actual summer months. We don’t get “real” summer weather until September, with warm temps lasting through October. Though we had an unusually sunny season in San Francisco and record-breaking temperatures over Labor Day Weekend, it’s been nice to have consistently 70+ degree days these past few weeks. I’ve been taking full advantage of the warm weather to dust off some favorite summer-y pieces from Tobi!