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Peter Kaiser Konia smart mid heel court shoes in black patent

  • £110.00
Free Delivery on all orders over £40
  • Peter Kaiser Konia
  • 79811/010
  • Black patent upper
  • Leather lining
  • Rubber sole
  • Rounded toe
  • Small platform
  • 75 mm slim heel
  • Smart court shoes

Peter Kaiser Konia smart mid heel court shoes in black - slimline heel court shoes in black patent  - perfect office footwear

Peter Kaiser Konia shoes ooze with class and sophistication and have clean lines in design, round cut out, rounded toe, small platform and slimline heel. Peter Kaiser Konia are perfect office footwear that would look great with tailored outfits.

German shoemaker Peter Kaiser started his eponymous company way back in 1838, making it one of the oldest shoe manufacturers in today’s market. The brand uses this long history to draw upon lessons learned in the past and create high quality women’s shoes with a focus on excellent materials, great fit and unique design.

Peter Kaiser shoes are both smart and sophisticated, making them the perfect choice for wedding shoes, party shoes or simply a stylish option for work wear. We also stock a stunning array of traditional and contemporary Peter Kaiser handbags which can be paired up with the matching shoes for the ultimate coordinated look. Whether you’re an enthusiast of the brand or you’re just looking to invest in a new designer - we are sure our collection of Peter Kaiser shoes and accessories will have you spoilt for choice. Don’t forget you can also make sure your shoes fit before you buy with our handy printable shoe size guides!

Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
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The shoes are fantastic but I had to return them, as I need 3 1/2 and I ordered 3 out of desperation. I would certainly buy them , if I could get the right size. According to one assistant in a shoe department, the sizing of size 4 is extremely generous and they have had numerous customers wanting the 3 1/2. Please inform me, if you get further supplies.

October 6, 2014 | RITA CLIVE