Black velvet Friulane slippers

A$ 188,00
Typical "Friulane" footwear produced in Italy and handsewn. Made of 100% cotton velvet with rubber sole. A genuine must-have of the season, in pure casual-chic style, they're perfect both for your free time and downtime at home. Because this is a handmade velvet product, it might feel like a tight fit when you first put it on. However, this product type must be tight-fitting and must not slide off, the material needs to adapt to the foot and yields quickly. We recommend those who wear a half size buy the next size up.
Color:
Black
Size: EUR
Select the size in order to add the product to your shopping bag
Item sold out
Milano, Italy

Free
returns

Free shipping
for over A$80 of purchase

Basic Features

  • Pure cotton velvet
  • Tone-on-tone hem
  • Interior: 100% fabric
  • Sole: rubber
  • Preferably washed by hand or in the washing machine, with a delicate wash, at a temperature of 30° max

Composition

Upper 100% Fabric Inside 100% Fabric Sole 100% Synthetic

Made in

Product code

8Y43DD00C_700


Delivery usually take place within 7 working days.
The cost of shipping is A$20. But it's free on all orders over A$80.

If it’s not for you. No worries. Our returns and quick and easy.

You have 14 days to try the products from the moment the order is delivered. Be careful not to remove tags, accessories or labels: we do not accept returns of products where they are removed.

You can request your return after 24 hours of receiving the package.

SECURE PAYMENTS

All our transactions are secure.

EASY AND FREE RETURNS

Return items for free!

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Available from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST

Looking for something similar?

Need Inspiration?

Look no further.

LEARN MORE ABOUT
FRIULANE

Friulane came about from the fields of Friuli around the time of the second world war. Party shoes, hand-sewn and made with recycled or discarded materials. The uppers were made with reminants of velvet or natural fibers and the sole was made from bicycle tires. Also used by gondoliers because the rubber soles did not damage the surfaces of the gondola and made them partially waterproof.