Sacha London was started by David Eve’s loving gesture towards his Russian grandfather Alexander (Sacha), an immigrant to England (London). By combining those two words – SACHA and LONDON – David found his footwear firm’s name. In 1968, Sacha London opened its first store, followed by numerous locales in malls and further international expansion. Originality was the premise of the brand. Quality of workmanship was fundamental. Those motives lead Sacha London to Elda where it found the perfect manufacturer. In 1988, the firm became 100% Spanish owned and the Spanish design element was integrated. The same people that had been making each Sacha London shoe with such care and dedication now ran the firm with the same level of energy and passion.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B0081ZBIGQ
- Item model number: Ariana
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 12, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
I like the fit of this brand more because the medium tend to run slightly wide, so I usually purchase 6 instead of 6.5 and they fit really well. I would pay $70 for a nude patent one of this style in a 6, but I bought a lime-colored suede one in 6.5 for $16. How much it's worth to you is really dependent upon how often you're gonna wear it, how comfortable they are, and how long they'll last. These are holding up just fine, much better than the synthetic upper ones. Shoes in this price range are usually leather/suede upper but manmade soles. If you move up to at least $150 retail they're usually going to be leather upper leather soles. If you go down to $50 retail, they will definitely be synthetic uppers.