Marria ballerina shoes
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With over 40 years of experience in the fashion industry, Manolo Blahnik is globally-recognised for his luxurious footwear silhouettes - from classic, comfortable flats to statement head-turning heels. Crafted in Italy from textured yellow wool, these Marria ballerina shoes are from Manolo Blahnik's SS18 collection. Blending wearability with timeless glamour, the pair features a flat sole, a stacked heel, a branded leather insole, a pointed toe and a signature Swarovski crystal buckle.
Designer colour: YELLOW
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: MARRIA010
Farfetch ID: 12764498
Below are the measurements for Ballerina Shoes in size 37 IT
- 1.5 cm
- 0.6 in
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- Sole Composition
- Leather 100%
- Outer Composition
- Wool 100%
- Lining Composition
- Leather 100%
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Import duties information
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Canary Islands born Blahnik’s name has become so synonymous with classic yet elegant shoes, that the word ‘Manolo’ alone is enough to conjure up images of the ultimate in luxury footwear. A loyalist to the stiletto, Blahnik first became popular in the Seventies, and his sleek, timeless shapes and versatile colour palettes have remained on fashion’s wish list ever since.