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Chinese Laundry launched in 1982 with a collection of fashion forward footwear targeted to the young women's market. From stylish daytime looks in innovative fabrics and leathers, to evening collections in dressy metallics and iridescents, Chinese Laundry continues to create and deliver style and fashion at an affordable price. Chinese Laundry has carved a niche for itself in today's competitive market and is available in better department and specialty stores nationwide.
This boot was made not for walking, but for sashaying, strutting and looking downright fierce! Crafted from soft, supple suede, the upper is accented with a studded and ringed harness and equipped with a full side zipper for easy on and off. The chunky, stacked heel lends manageable height, making it an ideal accompaniment for everything from leggings and skinny jeans to skirts of all lengths.See all Product Description
The fit is great. They are comfortable enough to wear all day at work.Published 7 months ago by MMZ
Very cute but can be wide for a slim foot. They do slouch down but its cute with leggings and skinny jeans. Perfect day time up look. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shauniece Perrin
Very large calf and width..... This is an awesome looking boot however.Published 10 months ago by Cindy L. Ferguson
So I bought these boots a while ago but I feel the need to warn a possible buyer! When I bought them they were PERFECT! Beautiful fit awesome look! HOWEVER! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amy L. Thiele
Initially, I was skeptical of the flimsy wide calf opening, but it works. These boots can be worn high or scrunched. They are amazing comfortable for the heel height. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by K.C.B.
I bought Chinese Laundry Women's Backstreet Knee-High Boot,Black,7 M US it for my friend and I are very pleased with. Buy and enjoyPublished on January 10, 2013 by giorgi chikviladze