14 Apr Jute espadrilles, a comfortable and versatile footwear
Spring is here and we want to look for the best options, amongst which we recommend jute espadrilles, comfortable and versatile footwear.
Jute is a material that works well to create different styles of footwear.
You have a good example of this in this previous post (click here to read).
We have made a special selection of two models of jute espadrilles that are an essential option at the arrival of the good weather.
The first option is this espadrille with its Melibean fabric on the vamp and heel, from our Papanatas collection.
A basic model, and at the same time really special, since it has lateral openings and a thin strap, which provides a very modern style to the foot.
You can even consider them for a ceremony, as theyare perfect with their design.
They are made in a top-quality fabric, incorporating a leather strap with a buckle closure for a perfect fit.
Itsinner lining made of leather is very breathable and its make-up-light-gold color tonality makes them very combinable.
Jute espadrilles, a comfortable and versatile footwear
The second of our proposals is this sandal-type espadrilles with ribbons, also from our Papanatas collection.
This shoe is very special thanks to its unique braiding, being very combinable with a multitude of styles.
Like the previous model, it is ideal for ceremonies.
Its manufacture is made with a braided eco-leather, with a leather trim and a fabric ribbon to tie-up to taste.
The white-natural color makes them very combinable and its inner lining is very breathable.
Both models are designed and produced in Spain, hand-stitched and using top-quality materials.
The jute soles with a rubber base, flexible and non-slip, are resistant to any surface, which makes them ideal for walking.
They arecomfortable shoes, urban, fashionable, with original features and very trendy.
Enjoy some designer shoes from Eli 1957 for this spring!
We invite you to visit our online shop, where we hope to surprise you with our varied proposals of footwear.
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