Our Moroccan Kilim Slippers are produced in the pointed Arab style that took Parisian fashion houses by storm in the 17th century. The round toe on your former pair of house slippers? A lingering influence of Berber-style slippers from around the same time.
Kilim, a Turkish flat-woven style of textile, was first popularized by rugmakers across the Mediterranean and Middle East centuries ago. Moroccan textile Kilim rugs are among the most vivid in all the world. The wool is dyed with natural dyes, resulting in extremely varied designs and colors as they are made from whatever is available at the time of crafting.
Our slippers are made of these vintage rugs, so each pair has a deep sense of history. The insoles are made with strong but soft goat leather to provide the perfect balance between comfort and durability. Like snowflakes or fingerprints, no two pairs of our Kilim House Slippers are alike. Each pair will be varied in color and pattern. Sizes:
Women's Small: US(5.5-6.5)
Women's Medium: US(7-8)
Women's Large: US (8.5-9.5)
***Please note: Sizes may vary due to hand-made nature of artisan work. Also, due to the leather material, the slippers will get larger because they will stretch out over time.
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