The Mirella Denim Blue - Final Sale
Tassel mule in denim blue suede
Fit & the finer details
- Runs small. We suggest you size up by half a size to ensure a proper fit
- If you are a size 8.5 US, you should size up to a 39
- Constructed to cover the foot without slippage
- Great for medium to wide feet
- Padded insole makes these incredibly comfortable
- 100% Italian suede upper
- Hand-stitched sacchetto construction with flexible sole
- Leather insole, lining, and outsole
- Handmade in Italy
What we love
In a unique shade of ridiculously soft suede, Mirella means “to admire,” and there’s definitely something to love about this shoe. Feminine and elegant, the denim blue color is the new almost-neutral. There’s something so easy and incredibly wearable about a mule, and yet this one makes a statement in the best way possible.
Shipping And Returns
Returns and exchanges in the US are always free
Bells & Becks shoes are crafted for those with a true appreciation for handmade, artisan fashion. Our shoes are made in top-tier Italian factories that produce methodically and with exacting precision. The feel of luxury is present because we use only the highest-quality components: buttery-soft leather uppers, leather outsoles, insoles, and linings, plus the finest hardware and finishes.
Behind The Factory
The Mirella is produced in a small family-run factory that has been producing footwear for decades in their facility in Porto Sant’Elpidio in the Marche region of Italy. It is owned and operated by a wonderful Brother and Sister who are part of a long family line that has been in shoe production for over 50 years. Their factory employs highly skilled workers to delivery on incredible detail work and quality that is unmatched. We are thrilled to be working with them to produce some of the most special shoes in the collection.
The Mirella is “lavorazione a Sacchetto” (made with a sacchetto construction), a rare, old-world shoemaking technique done by only a few Italian factories as extreme precision is required. It involves hand stitching the lining and the insole together and then sewing this piece to the upper of the shoe. The result is a flexible sole that adapts to movement and the curvature of the foot, a better structure to the shoe for maximal foot support, and of course, unparalleled fit and comfort.