Spring blue is a pale blue.
Perico is a well-known brand in magazines.
They’re beautiful, but they don’t have the “ouch” that imports tend to have.
I think it’s because Perico is basically made of soft materials.
I’m not sure if this is a good idea or not, but it’s a good idea.
No wonder there are so many repeaters in the 50,000 yen range.
The size of the Perico is a bit tight for me with a wide width and the 8cm heel ANDREA wooden pattern
The 3.5cm NEBI, called the New Soft Pointed Toe, is just right at 38.
And the flat ANIMA is just right at 39 with insole adjustment.
I’ve heard before that Perico’s sizes vary quite a bit from model to model, but it could be true…
What they all have in common is the beauty of the lasts, which are all uncompromisingly crafted and sharpened.
I want to wear the Perico I bought in the fall and winter now…
I’m trying to figure out how to match it with my summer coat… ????