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Stuart Weitzman

'Heist' dégradé patent leather pumps

Product Code   501319660


Renowned for its cleverly seductive glamour, Stuart Weitzman illuminates hybrid sensuality through these Heist pumps. Impeccably crafted in patent leather that enigmatically transitions from metallic plum to a darker purple shade, this pair is engineered with a 4" covered stiletto heel. Sculpted with a pointed toe, these can be paired with a midi lace skirt for sweeping magnetism.

US$385 US$235

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Renowned for its cleverly seductive glamour, Stuart Weitzman illuminates hybrid sensuality through these Heist pumps. Impeccably crafted in patent leather that enigmatically transitions from metallic plum to a darker purple shade, this pair is engineered with a 4" covered stiletto heel. Sculpted with a pointed toe, these can be paired with a midi lace skirt for sweeping magnetism.
  • Designer colour: Plum Dégradé
  • 4" covered stiletto heel
  • Pointed toe
  • Plum purple dégradé patent aniline leather
  • Leather lining, and padded leather insole
  • Leather outsole
  • Designer shoe bag included
  • Made in Spain
  • 100% Patent Leather Upper / 100% Leather Sole
  • Product measures: Heel 10cm (4")
  • True to size

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