Lace Crochet Espadrille

Paloma Barcelo
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Lace Crochet Espadrille

$152
$39 Gilt
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ivory
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Description
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Flat espadrille

  • Canvas upper covered with crochet fabric
  • Woven raffia platform sole
  • Leather insole and man-made sole

Measurements: Platform sole 1"

Material: Crochet fabric, canvas, and raffia

Brand: Paloma Barcelo

Origin: Spain

Handmade espadrilles get a style boost — literally — with Paloma Barcelo’s elegant collection of women’s shoes. Made of luxe materials such as python-embossed leather and soft suede, Paloma Barcelo’s exotic women’s wedges, sandals and other summertime shoes come with thick platforms that will leave you dreaming of boardwalk strolls, breezy boat rides along the Mediterranean and Anita Pallenberg’s wardrobe. For colder climates, Paloma Barcelo’s twin-tasseled moccasins, jute-covered lace-up sneakers and stripe-heeled knee-high boots will help you brave those chilly temps in high style. Based in Spain, Paloma Barcelo was launched in 2002 by Manuel Barcelo Martinez — the son of skilled weaver and Cosi-Cosi Footwear founder Manolo Barcelo.