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SALE

harriet wilde bridgette grey cherry 350

Bridgette Grey Cherry - a modern classic, the bridgette shoe with a perfectly proportioned round toe and champagne gold undershot platform is sensational in the dreamiest pale grey suede. Gold metal cherry blossoms with pearls and swarovski crystal centres cascade down the heel, a once in a lifetime shoe!

Harriet Wilde shoes are handcrafted from fine italian fabric & leather uppers  with pink kid leather linings and natural leather soles ensuring luxury and comfort all day.  

HEEL: 11cm

DYEABLE: No

Please note these shoes have been used for display and may show signs of slight  wear - we will happily provide you images prior to purchase on request.

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Grey Suede
5
450.00 350.00
 

Established in 1988, Arabesque is the UK's leading independent wedding shoe and accessory retailer. Arabesque is your destination for the best selection of wedding & bridal shoes, evening shoes, bags, shoe accessories, veils & headpieces from the following designers - Di by Diane Hassall, Benjamin Adams, , Harriet Wilde, Rachel Simpson, Freya Rose, Rainbow Club, Pink & Pink Occasion ,Florence,  Charlotte Mills Alphabet Bags & Foot Petals. We also sell previous season wedding shoes and accessories in our SALE section with styles at greatly reduced prices. Our professional in-house wedding shoe dyeing service is trusted and recommended by the country's leading bridal shoe designers and boutiques. From our shop in Perth, Scotland we provide a fast  mail order service within the UK, Europe and Worldwide with Free Delivery on UK orders*. We pride ourselves on our product knowledge and excellent customer care, so let us guide you to your perfect wedding shoes. Film wedding photographer Scotland & UK  Woo my shoes blog  PR & commercial photography Scotland