Vara Bow ballerina shoes
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Salvatore Ferragamo reintroduces a familiar classic for AW17, once again showcasing their impeccable craftsmanship and timeless design vision. Fashioned in Italy from sleek nude patent calf leather, these Vara Bow ballerina shoes are dainty and elegant. The feminine colour palette makes them extremely wearable, while the flat sole and branded leather insole ensure all-day comfort. The shoes also feature a slip-on style, a rounded toe and Ferragamo's signature grosgrain 'Vara' bow alongside a gold-tone logo engraved plaque punctuated on the front.
Designer colour: NEW BISQUE
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: 518533
Farfetch ID: 10890373
- Outer Composition
- Patent Leather 100%
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Salvatore Ferragamo oozes Hollywood style, currently demonstrated by Massimiliano Giornetti’s lavish but tailored catwalk collections. An early 20th century Italian shoe pioneer, Salvatore Ferragamo can be credited with bringing forth design innovations such as the cage heel and the wedge.