When Rothy’s announced their new sneaker style, I was intrigued and eager to give them a try. I love my Allbirds Tree Loungers, and was curious how this new washable style would compare! I also have a pair of Murakami Classic Vans that I love, but don’t nearly wear enough – and wondered where in the spectrum of slip-ons the Rothy’s sneaker falls. Read on for my initial impressions.
Over the years, I’ve been a big fan of the Real Simple black slimline velvet hangers. You know the ones I’m talking about – the ones that Bed, Bath & Beyond sells in bulk (thank you 20% off coupons!) and that Amazon has replica (read: less expensive) versions of aplenty. They’re simple, non-slip, and help provide a sleek look to any closet.
However, as a petite-ish individual, I’ve noticed my jackets’ shoulders become misshapen over time due to the width of these slimline hangers. These hangers measure 17″ across, and most of my blazers and jackets had a 15.5 – 16″ shoulder width. Not a huge difference, but enough to notice little bumps sticking out of my shoulders when wearing those jackets.
Above: Image credit to the Rothy’s Instagram account.
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Check out the following posts for more reviews and information:
- Rothy’s vs Tieks comparison for a full review
- The Flat vs The Point comparison for more details around sizing of different styles
- Rothy’s Loafers vs Birdies Slippers for a toe-to-toe loafer comparison
- Rothy’s Sneaker vs Allbirds Loungers vs Vans for a sneaker comparison
- Allbirds Tree Breezers vs Rothy’s a washable flat showdown
- Rothy’s Chelsea Boot Review a review of their latest silhouette
- Rothy’s Wool vs Recycled Plastic a comparison between their latest wool offering and previous styles
- [NEW!] Rothy’s Sandals Review: The Knot & The Triple Band
According to the designer himself, the correct way to store Stuart Weitzman boots (both knee-high and over-the-knee) is to lay them flat. Unfortunately, that method isn’t particularly space efficient, especially if you live in an apartment like I do.
After much scouring on Amazon and the internets, I finally settled on using the following solutions for my 5050 boots and Highlands.
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.