Product code: 15671327A classic style for an elegant finish, the Less Nudist from Stuart Weitzman proves that less is sometimes more.
Sitting on a mid-high block heel, the pair has a minimalist two part design with a slim strap over the toe and buckle fastening at the ankle.
Pair with tailored trousers or evening attire.
Heel Height: 7.5cm
- Stuart Weitzman
- Exact Heel Height
- Footwear Style
- Strappy Sandals
- Heel Height
The height of the shoe's heel. Approximately Flat shoes: <1cm; Low: 1-4cm; Mid: 5-8cm; High: 8+cm
- Heel Type
- Main Shoe Material
- Upper: Suede, Sole: Leather, Lining: Leather
- Washing Instructions
- Wipe Clean Only
Brand information & size guide
Stuart Weitzman is a luxury brand that has been creating footwear in Elda, Spain and the area’s surrounding region for over 30 years. It has become synonymous with red carpet styles and its shoes have been worn by A-list celebrities around the globe.
With an already stellar reputation for boots and the iconic Nudist sandal, Stuart Weitzman now broadens its offering of footwear essentials within categories like flats, pumps, sandals, loafers and sneakers. A multi-generational, premium brand built upon the idea of creating a beautifully constructed shoe, its unique point of difference has been merging fashion and function while inspiring desire and demand.
Through a carefully engineered process, every pair of Stuart Weitzman shoes is designed to achieve the perfect fit. The Stretch, an integral part of the Stuart Weitzman design DNA, fabrication is simultaneously utilitarian and aesthetic for ease of wearability and effortless style.
Combined with their handbag and costume jewelry collections, the brand increases the opportunity for women to accessorize with essentials from the brand.The styles are intended to be authentic, personal accents to a woman’s wardrobe.
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Shoe sizes and conversions are average measurements for guidance to determine which size is right for you.
Please note, actual measurements may vary slightly by style.
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