When we say we like craft shoes, every reference to Friulian shoes Is strictly willed! Friulian shoes Traditional Northeast (called "scarpett" in Friuli and "Papusse" in the Venetian), born apparently in the nineteenth century, in rural areas, such as Footwear For Sunday mass and ceremonies. They were also widely used by the governed who worked for rich families where it was in force to be rigirodly elegant and tidy even during housework. Still rigorously hand-sewn today, tradition would have them in velvet reinforced with a bias edge. The shape, almost like a moccasin, and the comfort remain unchanged. Declined in dozens of colors, I'm a must In any style, from ankle trousers to long bohochic dress, from jeans to elegant ensemble. We propose them respecting their history and manufacturing, in many shades of Velvet And of course with all the quality of Pepperina shoes... Do you want to indulge yourself? Discover all the colors at a fantastic price of € 49.90