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Last of the custom orders! I agreed to this one back in August and M has been incredibly patient, but needs these by January.

CAUTIONARY NOTE: I've retired from custom fitting. I will custom fit these to measurements but that makes them non-returnable. (Two different size shoes won't sell as 'ready mades' if they get returned). I'm really good at custom fitting WHEN i have the right measurements... so by purchasing M agrees to take the gamble that her bridesmaids R and C have provided correct measurements. If they can't confirm a difference in size between L and R I'll use elastic to make the shoes snug within a range.

This listing is for 3 pairs of shoes, all oval toe, strapless, with rubber soles with leather lifts for dancing -- as shown in in the red pair, but with leather stained black instead of red. The lining will be a neutral colored cotton of my choice, probably a coordinating gray batik but possibly ivory or even black in color, depending on what I think looks best.

one for bride: M's gray lace cutout over ivory satin fabric
pr. #516 - size 6 eeee (9.65" at ball / 24.5 cm), around foot 55-55.5 cm or 21.65"-21.85" through elastic

two for bridesmaids: M's gray lace cutout over gray fabric M provided
pr. #517 - for C: size 10 average width with elastic at heel
pr. #518 - for R: size 8.5 with foot circumference L 22.5"- R 23" through elastic.

These minimalist wedding slippers are completely breathable. Turned slippers like these were common dancing and walking shoes, historically.

These flats add about 1/4" to your height with super soft cushioned soles. The cushioning is 4-6 layers of felt, made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. These shoes look decadent but feel like a cross between wearing sneakers and being barefoot.

The oval toes of these slippers turn up very slightly to show the soles.

More info about fitting:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/87649254/measurements-and-sizing-info

Thanks for your interest!

Images and design copyright 2011 Uku Clothing LLC.

Custom Listing for M, 3 pairs

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: satin, lace, recycled rubber tread
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