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$96

Elliot cloth trainers

40EU

Very good condition

Blue, Cloth

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Super cute, low key Celine tennis shoes in a vintage denim vibe. Worn twice, got comments both times about how cute they are. So easy to wear... I bought them by justifying they were "Like Vans, only Celine". I stick by that assertion, but I also totally forgot about them until recently. I'm listing a few items buried in my closet, unearthed while moving house. Snatch yourself a little bargain X Packaging: Dustbag, Shoe box

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  • Online since:2022-01-30
  • Categories :Women
  • Category:Shoes
  • Sub-category:Trainers
  • Designer:Celine
  • Model:Elliot
  • Condition:Very good condition
  • Material:Cloth
  • Colour:Blue
  • Size:40 EU
  • Location:Australia, from the seller kass
  • Reference:20802293

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  • Shoe box

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