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Style # 15836
Touch Ups by Benjamin Walk Women's Shala Shoe

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Touch Ups by Benjamin Walk Women's Shala

$59.99   price may vary based on color
These Touch Ups by Benjamin Walk Shala dress sandals are luxurious yet sensible. Satin or metallic faux leather upper in a two-piece dress sandal style with a round open toe. Square, rhinestone-encrusted embellishment creates a central focal point at the beautifully pleated vamp, adjustable instep strap with a metallic buckle extends from a delicate sling heel strap. Cushioned insole and leather outsole. Chunky 1 5/8 inch heel.


Ask a Question asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Christopher: "Perfect fopr my outside wedding! Low heels and great for walking in the grass!"
  • Gail K: "They look beautiful. For my wedding."
  • Margie: "Needed dressy white shoes for a wedding"
  • Barbara: "Only nice looking dress shoe that comes in a wide."
  • Linda: "Look comfortable. Wide heel for stability. Dyeable"
  • Rebecca: "my bridal shoes looks comfy.."
  • Jessica: "the height and heal type"
  • Katherine: "I got married in these. They fit wonderfully. Thank you !"
  • Samantha: "My wedding day!"
  • Joy: "i purchased these to wear in my wedding this summer."
  • Teresa: "Needed a chunky heel for a outdoor wedding. I will be walking on a pier and I needed a heel that is wide enough to clear the spaces between the decking."
  • ann marie: "wide width and wide heal comfy"
  • Abby: "I needed a pair of shoes for my wedding"

Jennifer asked: I need Ivory shoes for a wedding. Are these white or ivory? All the shoes say white but these look a little off white.

  • Candi: "I bought these last year for my vow renewal to go with my off white dress. They were a perfect match! They are not bright white but not true ivory either. More of an off white color..."
  • Cathryn: "They are white"
  • Karen: "These shoes are white."
  • Jennah: "They are white... That's what I thought bit, I trusted what they said and ordered them early just invade they weren't white."