Journee Collection Womens Buckle Slouch Wedge Knee-High Boot

Add chic footwear to your wardrobe with these cute boots by Journee Collection. These boots feature premium faux suede uppers with slouchy shafts that highlights buckle accents. A round toe design and modern wedge heels complete the look. Pair these extra fashionable boots with Brinley Co Juniors Stretchy Skinny Pants for unbeatable style all season long! All measurements are approximate and were taken using a size 7. Please note measurements may vary slightly by size.

Product Features

  • Height: Mid-calf, This style is also available in Wide Calf.
  • Circumference: 15 inches, Wide Calf Circumference: 17
  • Heel height/type: 3 -inch wedge
  • Shaft height: 12 inches
  • Upper/outsole material: Polyurethane upper / TPR outsole
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3 replies on “Journee Collection Womens Buckle Slouch Wedge Knee-High Boot

  • Marie44 "marie44"

    Pretty and comfortable I like these so much that I bought them in chestnut, grey, and black. They are so comfortable! I went up a half size as I usually do with cold weather boots to make room for thicker socks and they fit perfectly. They look good with leggings and long sweaters, with skirts, and with jeans tucked in. There is plenty of room at the calf area. One thing to be aware of is that the cuff at the top of the boot is only attached at the back of the boot. I don’t know why they are made that way, but when I…

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  • ShopperApril2013

    Cute but slippery These boots are super cute and seem pretty comfortable, though I haven’t done a ton of walking in them to determine whether or not they kill my feet. My main complaint is that the heel of these boots has no grip. I was walking across a tile floor and lost my footing once, almost twice. I’m goint to have to find a way to rough up the bottom of the shoe a bit so that I can actually get a grip when I walk.

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  • Patti

    Fell Apart…. Cute and stylish, so much so that I bought 2 pair… the brown actually look a bit like velvit which is too bad, because they end up looking really cheap. The ‘strap’ that goes into the bottom buckle is bent the opposite direction and I can’t get it to go straight. The other pair was black and the top band was not sewed in. Because of this they were constantly coming undone; the straight piece that goes through the hole didn’t fit into the ‘buckle’ as if it were too short. I think this…

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