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The Appolo Khussa Pumps are everyday shoes, You can wear to your work, College or School. Made up with rexine material.
The full tilla worked khussa made with suede velvet fabric is a fancy shadi khussa. Desi yet stylish. Easy to walk in.
The rainbow khussa is made up of multi-colored fabric. Can be worn on Mayon and mehndi ceremonies. Goes good with Fancy clothes
Metallic Khussa is a Stone ensembled shoe made with metallic colored rexine fabric.
The beautifully crafted fancy leaf heels can be worn at weddings and parties. Ensembled with silver heel.
The Repellers are specially made waterproof shoes. Made up with Nylon material. Easy to wear in monsoon and on rainy days.
The Flat Leather Casual Pumps are made up with Nubuck Leather paired with Gelly sole. Easy college and university shoes. Keeps your feet at ease all day long!
The very trendy strapped heels are the best casuals that go with every summer dress. Made with patent leather which is skin-friendly. Comfortable to wear for a long time.
The Buckle Coat Shoes, Red and Skin are made of Patent and Nubuck leather respectively. Easy work shoes. Provides a comfortable walk.
The classy Studded Coat Shoes are made of Suede. The Pretty Heels are decorated with small studs with a beautiful heel. Can be worn with every color of tdress.
The Ash glitter heels with transparent sides are made up of crystal sheet and shiny glitter fabric. Which looks elegant and can be paired with fancy dresses.
The gorgeous Crystalline Bridal Heels are made up of patent leather and stones. Making you feel the most comfortable on your special day!
Gloss Coat Shoes are the perfect pumps for your work. Made with patent leather. Paired with small heels. Stay with comfort.
The classy Ankle Boots with a fancy buckle goes great with your western wear. Made up with wrinkle-free Buffalo leather and block heel.
The shimmer heels are coated with shiny glitter making them very fancy with a silver pencil heel.
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