Charles by Charles David Bisque Pointed-Toe Flats
- Leather d’Orsay pump
- Pointed toe
- Criss-cross elastic straps at vamp
- Lightly cushioned footbed
- Contrast patent-wrapped wedge heel
- Slip-on style
- Leather and elastic upper
- Manmade lining and sole
- Approximately 1” heel
About Charles David
“My only hobby is shoes and always has been,” confides Charles Malka of Charles David. Indeed, shoes have been the source of the CEO’s livelihood since he was 13 years old. He started out as a humble employee for a French footwear chain, after a failed attempt at selling lemonade served in lady’s shoes. A few years later, Charles packed his bags for Canada, where he founded his own shoe line in 1967. Sexy, on-trend heels became the brand’s staple, and earned Charles David the reputation necessary to open its first US boutique on LA’s Melrose Avenue in 1988. Today, the brand has expanded to include handbags as well as a men’s footwear. Their styles have been known to make an appearance on some of Hollywood’s most stylish feet, captured time and again in the pages of InStyle, Lucky and Glamour.
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The Fine Print
Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. How is the strike-through price determined?