Eyelet or suede canvas espadrille with a braided jute platform with traditional blanket stitching around the footbed and a wraparound buckled strap at the ankle. Available in eyelet white and sueded camel.
- Platform height: approx. 3"
FYU SHOE FACT: Espadrilles or espardenyes are casual, flat, but sometimes high-heeled. The existence of this kind of shoe in Europe documented since at least 1322. Wedge-shaped espadrilles were first popularized by French fashion designer YSL. At a trade fair in Paris in 1970, he came into contact with the Spanish espadrille manufacturer Catañer. The espadrille-style was revived in the USA in the 1980s, due to the success of Miami Vice.