Snakeskin Pointed Toe Pump

Sebastian
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Snakeskin Pointed Toe Pump

$995
$299 Gilt
Size :
  • 36.5
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  • 37
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  • 37.5
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  • 38
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  • 38.5
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  • 39
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  • 39.5
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Color:
citron
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Description
Designer

High heel pump

  • Snakeskin upper
  • Pointed toe
  • Covered heel
  • Leather insole and sole

Measurements: Heel height 4"

  • Currently, this item can be shipped only within the U.S.

Material: Snakeskin

Brand: Sebastian

Origin: Italy

Based in Milan, Sebastian has quietly built its reputation as a bona fide “Made in Italy” label — never wavering from its focus on meticulous detail and timeless design. Patent leather quilted boots, goatskin ankle boots, platform sandals, crystal-embellished ballet pumps, and embossed-leather heels are some of the elegant styles you’ll find in Sebastian’s collection of standout footwear. Sebastian Milano’s handcrafted, couture-worthy women’s shoes represent the best that Italian has to offer — and given how steep the competition is, that’s saying something.