Prada Brown Snakeskin Leather Mary Janes Ankle Strap Heels pumps shoes size 36
Stand out from the crowd with these PRADA amazing Mary Janes! These beautiful and elegant heels feature snakeskin leather, a strap that buckles at the ankle, almond toe shape front, khaki leather insoles and a slim heel of 11cm. These are excellent chic pumps, from Prada perfect for any fashionista!
Make a fashion statement when you wear them!
condition: 9 very good preowned condition
Size: EU 36
Heel height 11cm
Made in Italy
We offer the FedEx Express Saver shipping option. Payment for expedited shipping must be received by 12pm Greek time, Monday through Friday, in order for the item to be shipped that day. Items shipped via the FedEx Express Saver option will be delivered in Europe within 1-2 business days or to the US or elsewhere will arrive anytime between 3-5 days, but it may take more than that for the item to be cleared at customs. Saturday delivery is available for an additional fee. Please refer to the Shipping Cost Table to determine your expedited shipping & insurance costs. Expedited shipping may not be available on certain items or in certain countries (ex. Russia). If you wish your item to be insured, you need to contact us to be advised on additional fee. As a general rule, FedEx charges 1% of the declared value.
Shipping Method Estimated Transit Time
Europe (UPS Express Saver) 1-3 Business days
USA & the rest of the world (UPS Express Saver) 3-5 Business days
International standard shipping via ELTA post (EMS)
We ship anywhere internationally and within the US. Your order will be processed and shipped within 1-3 business days. Your tracking number will be provided to you once your order has been shipped. We are not responsible for any customs fees, delays, or lost parcels.
United States & International Customers: Your order(s) will be shipped by ELTA (www.elta.gr), the Greek National Post Office service with tracking and signature confirmation. The Greek National Post Office can inform you about the date and time of the shipment only. Once your item has entered your country you will be able to track it using the same tracking number through your national postal service. For example, for items entering the USA track your item through www.USPS.com
It normally takes 5-10 days for the packages to arrive anywhere in Europe and 10-15 days for the rest of the world.
Delivery by courier (Greece only)
You can choose shipping via our domestic courier partner company. Currently we are working with theGreek National Post Office (ELTA) that delivers your packages the next business day. For an extra fee you can choose and Saturday delivery.
Prada S.p.A. is an Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather and fashion accessories, shoes, luggage, perfume etc.), founded in 1913 by Mario Prada. The company was started in 1913 by Mario Prada and his brother Martino as a leathergoods shop – Fratelli Prada (English: Prada Brothers) – in Milan, Italy.Initially, the shop sold leather goods and imported English steamer trunks and handbags. Mario Prada did not believe that women should have a role in business, and so he prevented female family members from entering into his company. Ironically, Mario's son harbored no interest in the business, so it was his daughter Luisa Prada who took the helm of Prada as his successor, and ran it for almost twenty years. Her own daughter, Miuccia Prada, joined the company in 1970, eventually taking over for her mother in 1978. Miuccia began making waterproof backpacks out of Pocone.She met Patrizio Bertelli in 1977, an Italian who had begun his own leathergoods business at the age of 17, and he joined the company soon after. He advised Miuccia—and she followed the advice—on better decisions for the Prada company. It was his advice to discontinue importing English goods and to change the existing luggage styles. The logo for the label was not as obvious a design element as those on bags from other prominent luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton. It tried to market its lack of prestigious appeal, including the apparel, was its image of "anti-status" or "reverse snobbery."