Wren

Pointed-toe ankle bootie in soft dark brown leather with front elastic for an adjustable fit

$385.00

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SKUAMA P00 H11- TDBRO Category

Introducing Wren, the epitome of chic and comfort combined. These Pointed-toe ankle booties in soft dark brown leather are crafted to elevate your style while providing unparalleled comfort. With a front elastic feature for an adjustable fit, Wren ensures you step out in style, ready to conquer the day.

Features:

  • Versatile Design: Wren features a classic pointed-toe silhouette, making it versatile enough to complement a variety of outfits, from casual to dressy.
  • Adjustable Fit: The front elastic detail allows for a customized and comfortable fit, ensuring maximum flexibility and ease of wear.
  • Premium Materials: Crafted from soft dark brown leather, Wren exudes luxury and sophistication, while the leather lining and sole provide added comfort and durability.
  • Elevated Heel: With a 4.33″ (110mm) heel height, Wren adds height and elegance to your look, making it perfect for both day and night wear.
  • Unisex Appeal: Designed for both men and women, these ankle booties offer timeless style and versatility for all.

Specs:

  • Name: Wren
  • Color: Dark Brown
  • Material: Leather
  • Heel Height: 4.33″ (110mm)
  • Toe Style: Pointed-toe
  • Closure: Slip-on with front elastic

Step into sophistication and style with Wren, the perfect blend of elegance and comfort. Elevate your footwear collection with these Dark Brown Ankle Booties and make a statement with every step.

Shipping Information

  • This item is made to order and available for customization. Click “Customize Product” for available options.
  • Receipt of your order may take between 2 to 5 weeks.
  • Free Shipping and Returns to US, Canada, and Mexico.
  • Shipping to European Countries is $60 per pair.
  • Shipping to Asian Countries is $80 per pair.
  • For further questions please email us at clientservices@lidiatalavera.com

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