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Edison Night Blue

Edison Night Blue

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The Edison sandals are made of velvet and metallic leather. The upper features a bow with beautiful crystal decorations that provide an extra touch of glamour. The 45mm height wedge ensures great comfort for dancing all night.

DETAILS

  • Natural jute wedge height 45/20mm
  • Exterior in velvet and metallic leather
  • Velvet bow with hand-crafted crystal barrette
  • Liner and insole without marks and easy cleaning
  • Cushioned insole with a pad for added comfort
  • Patricia Rosales pearl on the sole of the right foot
  • Item made by hand and hand-sewn in our workshop in Almería

WHAT SIZE TO CHOOSE FROM THIS MODEL?

We indicate which size to choose according to your usual size. If you have questions, write to us to help you with the measurements.

If your foot is thicker or thinner, please contact us. We adjust it to the width of the foot and thickness of the ankle at no additional cost.

Our footwear with jute soles is made 100% by hand, without a last. The first few days it will be a little tight until the seams give way and adapt to the foot.

HISTORY OF THE EDISON MODEL

Design in homage to the inventor Thomas Edison , who patented an incandescent bulb and brought light to homes around the world.

Thomas Edison, born in Milan, Ohio, in 1847, was an American inventor whose contributions changed the course of history. Despite having limited formal education, Edison demonstrated innate talent and insatiable curiosity from an early age. He dedicated himself to reading and experimenting, establishing his first laboratory in the basement of his house at the age of 10. With boldness and determination, Edison found opportunities to apply his skills, from selling newspapers on trains to working as a telegrapher and eventually becoming an inventor.

Edison's pioneering work focused on diverse fields, from communication to lighting. His most notable invention, the incandescent light bulb , illuminated the world and laid the foundation for the modern electricity industry. Over the course of his life, Edison patented more than a thousand inventions, establishing a lasting legacy of innovation and industrial progress. His laboratory in Menlo Park and his later Edison Laboratory in West Orange became centers of creativity and ingenuity, where Edison and his team developed new technologies that transformed society and paved the way for the future.

RETURNS & EXCHANGES

You can exchange or return your purchased Starlei products within 14 days of making the purchase.

Consult more details in our shipping, exchanges and returns policy .

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