Gorgeous handmade stilettos in leather, textile and colorful embroideries
Historic design and quality
Stilettos with style, class and an eye-catching inspiring look – not to be seen everywhere. Our stilettos are designed with inspiration from Suzani needlework, a traditional technique and style that, through centuries, has been used for the making and embroidering of textiles, by the nomadic tribes in i.a. Uzbekistan. Thus, these lovely colorful stilettos are made from both textile and calfskin and decorated with beautiful embroidery in various vibrant colors. The stilettos have, in both expression and style, an inspiring innovative design, combining age-old traditions with modern trends and techniques. Furthermore, they are made with a careful focus on both quality and wellness, being lined with soft genuine goatskin and having an inner comfort sole that will make them pleasant to wear – also for a night out with friends.
Custom made – adjusted to your personal measurements
As the stilettos are handmade, it is possible for you to order them special designed and adjusted to your own individual measurements. If you have a wish concerning e.g., the colors of the embroidery, then don’t hesitate to send us a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will check it out with our manufacturer. We are so fortunate that our shoemaker in Turkey is very open for our new ideas and will do their utmost to accommodate our wishes.
Stylish and inspiring
The elegant stilettos come with a touch of ethnic bohemian style, fitting right into the current trends and tendencies – making them very easy to style with almost any outfit. A fancy ethnic inspired dress, a trendy skirt or a casual shirt – whatever you choose, we are sure that the beautiful stilettos will add an intriguing original look underlining your unique personality.
“An original is worth more than a copy.”
― Suzy Kassem
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