- Offset your style with a tailored wedge.
- Nubuck upper.
- Lace closure.
- Leather lining.
- Rubber sole.
- Made in France.
- Heel Height: 3 1⁄4 in
- Weight: 13 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 38.5 (US Women's 8), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Robert Clergerie Cassia
This shoe is not only overwhelmingly hideous in the photo, but in person it is even more disturbing. I hope that we prevent a fashion disaster by posting this comment. Not worth $2.50 let alone this price.
- Maureen P - customer
- from New York
- January 29, 2011