CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Patent Pigalle Plato 120 Pumps 39 Nude


CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Patent Pigalle Plato 120 Pumps 39 Nude

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We guarantee this is an authentic CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Patent Pigalle Plato 120 Pumps 39 Nude or 100% of your money back. These bold platform toe pumps are crafted glossy patent leather in beige with a wrapped stiletto heel and a short point toe. Enjoy these excellent pumps for the iconic look you find only from Christian Louboutin!

Size: How we measure
Length: 10", Height: 5"

Item #: 66004

Item Location: Carlsbad, California

Comes With: box

Item Condition: Excellent

Exterior: light creasing and scuff on soles

Interior: light creasing on insole

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