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Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Melissa Chelsea Jelly Boots in black with red sole. Euro 37, UK size 4. I am a size 5, however, and they?re perfect size for me. Just have a few similar pairs.

Worn a handful of times and in amazing condition.

Vivienne Westwood description:

Black Chelsea boots designed by Vivienne Westwood for Melissa. Bringing together the punk-inspired aesthetic of Westwood with Melissa's distinctive styling, the ankle boots form a classic silhouette with a contemporary edge, made from Melflex plastic uppers in a glossy sheen. Elasticated side gussets enable easy on-off wear, with a softly pointed toe also featuring. Set upon a creeper platform sole in a contrast matte finish. Finished with Westwood's iconic, gold-toned orb emblem to the exterior shaft. Upper/Sole: Synthetic. Platform Height: 2". Material: Upper/Sole: Synthetic. Footwear Style: Flat Boots,. Chelsea Boots,. Ankle Boots. Platform Height: 2". Color: black/red.

Bought for ?250.

Text 07545427948 for more photos ? they?re not uploading here due to size but there?s one image to view.

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