Givenchy Wingtip Platform Shoe Bootie

Givenchy Wingtip Platform Shoe Bootie
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I love the classic look of a wingtip shoe. It brings you back to days where women and men never left the house with a hair out of place, and I’m not so sure that I care for this newfound idea of rolling out of bed and venturing out in public.

This classic and beautiful neutral colored bootie would pair perfectly with some cropped trousers. They are available for purchase at Barney’s for $1,295.

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