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Alexander Wang

'Nadia' cutout heel peep toe leather booties

Product Code   501158335


Cultivate an image of industrial strength with these Nadia leather booties from Alexander Wang. Instantly recognisable as a marksman of the much-lauded New York label, this pair is simply detailed with a peep toe and adjustable slingback ankle fastening. These showcase the signature high-octane cut-out rhodium-plated heel for a bold stroke of weighted sartorial gravitas.

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Cultivate an image of industrial strength with these Nadia leather booties from Alexander Wang. Instantly recognisable as a marksman of the much-lauded New York label, this pair is simply detailed with a peep toe and adjustable slingback ankle fastening. These showcase the signature high-octane cut-out rhodium-plated heel for a bold stroke of weighted sartorial gravitas.
  • 3.5" leather-covered chunky heel
  • Low ankle
  • Peep toe
  • Light beige soft calfskin leather
  • Adjustable buckle fastening slingback strap
  • Signature cut-out heel with silver-tone rhodium plate
  • Leather insole, and leather outsole
  • 1: 100% Calfskin Leather; 2: 100% Rhodium Upper / 100% Leather Sole
  • Product measures: Heel 9cm (3.5")
  • True to size

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