Women's Slippers- Gray Ballet Flat- Merino Wool Felt- Handmade In Italy- Grosgrain Ribbon & Bow- Size Eu 40 - New Arrivals

SwanSlippers Handmade using ultra smooth 3mm Designer merino wool felt, throughout the body, insole, and sole plus a gently contoured footbed for added support, are light as a feather. A mere four to six ounces in total weight, yet strong, like their inspiration, the Swan, which appears to glide effortlessly on the water's surface, yet below the surface is pedaling with great speed and strength. Offered in red with a light turquoise ribbon trim and bow, black with a vibrant pink ribbon trim and bow, heather grey with a bright yellow ribbon trim and bow, and a rich blue with an apple green ribbon trim and bow. You'll have a difficult time choosing just one. Last but not least, they have wings that gently hug your heel, giving that classic design a unique twist.Designer felt comes from the Merino Sheep, prized for its fine hairs and considered to be the highest quality sheep's wool: * It is an eco-friendly, biodegradable and renewable material* Naturally water and soil resistant and flame retardant* Known for its thermal (warm in the winter and cool in the summer) and acoustic insulating properties* Highly saturated and lightfast colors.How do I care for my SwanSlippers?* Spot clean with soap and water* Use and adhesive roller to refreshWhat size should I order?Order size EU 36 if you wear US 6- 6 1/2Order size EU 37 if you wear US 7- 7 1/2Order size EU 38 if you wear US 8- 8 1/2Order size EU 39 if you wear US 9- 9 1/2Order size EU 40 if you wear US 10- 10 1/2* SwanSlippers should fit snug as they will conform to your feet with wear, however, if your feet are wide we recommend you order up.Please remember that they are handmade and slight variations will occur.

The lower level has an additional 630 square feet with great room and exercise or dance studio. The generous, oversize garage has interior access, and storage on the lower level is abundant. A gracious staircase takes you to the upper level complete with a generous landing, five spacious bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The 1,800-plus square feet of attic space presents possibilities for further expansion. The location accommodates convenience for everyday living and the setting is outstanding for entertaining with tremendous indoor-outdoor flow. The area is home to highly acclaimed Piedmont K-12 schools.

The Bridges of Madison County: Through April 29, women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 40 Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, Musical romance about the roads we travel and the bridges we dare to cross, $45-$105, mvcpa.com, Ragged Wing Ensemble Presents: A Different Long Stretch of Earth: Through April 28, The Flight Deck, 1540 Broadway, Oakland, This original play written by Addie Ulrey was inspired by the Old West, as well as her work with nonprofit arts and social justice groups, $25-$45, www.raggedwing.org..

Spring Art Show & Sale: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 8, 3131 Pacific, Livermore. Enjoy artist demonstrations and an Artist’s Store, which will include unique artistic pieces available for sale.   Free. http://bit.ly/2IHlUDD. The Ever Jazzy Zeena Quinn: 7:30 p.m. April 12, 863 Main St., Redwood City. Quinn’s voice and music choices are inspired by the golden age of jazz’s compositions/lyrics of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, Cole Porter, Johnny Mercer, and Jon Hendricks. $12-$20. https://bit.ly/2Itw9um.

Comedy at Ashkenaz: 8-9:30 p.m, April 12, Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center, 1317 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, Featuring: Maureen Langan, Joe Nguyen, Bob McIntyre, and Lisa Geduldig, $15-$20,  https://bit.ly/2I8MbKe, Cider Summit SF: 1-5 p.m, April 14, Civil War Parade Ground, Presidio, Main Post, Graham Street, San Francisco, Sample nearly 200 ciders from around the world, including well-known ciders and new releases, $35-$45, cidersummit.com, Celebrating Mario Lanza and Enrico Caruso: 8 p.m, April 14, Hammer Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, Starring American tenor Joseph Frank and Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito, accompanied by the San Jose State University Orchestra and Choir, women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 40 $8-$101, https://bit.ly/2pI3on4..

Songkran Festival: 2-5 p.m. April 15, First Thai Presbyterian Church, 5301 McKee Road, San Jose. Come dressed in Thai costumes and enjoy a food festival, traditional Sonkran watering activities, games, Thai dancing and more. https://bit.ly/2H6n4IB. Wave Upon Wave: 3 p.m. April 15, Grace Presbyterian Church, 2100 Tice Valley Blvd., Walnut Creek. Performed by the Telegraph Quartet. $14-$24. www.sierrachamber.com. Dance for a Difference: 3 p.m. April 15, Bankhead Theater, 2400 First St., Livermore. This evening of professional and student performances will include artistry from every corner of dance, from tap and jazz to ballet and contemporary. $15-$35.  www.lvpac.org.

Lamorinda ShortDocs Film Fest: 3 p.m, April 15, Lafayette Library Community Hall, 3491 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, This documentary film Festival, Lafayette’s third annual, provides local filmmakers of all ages an opportunity to create new work, as well as showcase women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 40 it at a community screening, $10-$15, https://bit.ly/2GNrl67, An Evening of Illusions: 3 p.m, April 15, Hammer Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, Enjoy the talents of Garry and Janine Carson in this benefit for the San Jose Firefighters’ Burn Foundation and local Elks programs, which features music, magic, comedy and grand illusions, $25, https://bit.ly/2qlgQzG..

Slow Fish 2018: Noon April 14-9 p.m. April 16, SOMA Arts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St., San Francisco. This Slow Food San Francisco gathering is aimed at people who fish, as well as chefs, scientists, business leaders, educators, activists and seafood eaters to form a collective appetite for truly sustainable seafood. $50-$150. http://bit.ly/2pwKY8s. Magic CannaBus: 2:30 p.m. April 20, San Francisco. Micro-video projectors and an audio system turn the bus into a moving movie theater. Expect a clip or two from “Reefer Madness,” psychedelic light shows, munchies and more.$120. 855-969-6244, www.magicbussf.com.

Ninth International Children Festival: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m, April 21, Discovery Meadow Park, 180 women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 40 Woz Way, San Jose, Enjoy performances by 25 different dance groups representing different cultures, as well as cultural and food booths, a petting zoo and rides and activities for children, Free with EventBrite registration, $1 at the gate, http://bit.ly/2Epn8Ew and https://childrensfest.org/, Peninsula Ballet Theatre – Carnival of the Animals: 11 a.m., 2, 4 p.m, April 21, 2, 4 p.m, April 22, Studio One Theatre, 1880 South Grant St., San Mateo, Lions and elephants, birds of every color and type, underwater creatures, kangaroos and turtles are just of few of the 182 costumed characters that bring this story to life for young and old, $25, https://bit.ly/2IppUb0..

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