This item has original tags and shows no visible signs of wear.
Jimmy Choo heeled ankle booties featuring a soft, dark brown velvet exterior. A slight pointed toe and slim heel add a dash of style to these casual boots. Concealed inner side zip and gold-toned hardware. Leather interior and leather sole.
2.5" heel height
Original box and dust bag are included.
Made in Italy
Please note, as with most shoes made in Italy, they may run small.
As with all velvet items, these are delicate and may have a slight discoloration (due to the nap in the fabric) and minor indentations (due to the soft, supple material).
Regular (M, B)
Mon 9/3/18 - Thu 9/6/18 (3-6 days)
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