Deal of the Week: Estella Leather Mary Janes, 20% Off!

April 18, 2011

Satisfy your future shoe addict with Estella’s Baby Leather Mary Janes for baby girls. Our gorgeous leather mary janes come with a velcro band and elastic backing to keep those shoes from flying midair (you never know…) and ensure great fit. Sizes 12 months and up even have a tread to keep those feet firmly planted.

This week only, take 20% off all 6 colors of our Baby Girl Mary Janes, ranging from pearly white to iridescent pink. Just use the code ‘maryjane20′ at checkout. Like Estella on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more updates and deals!

Offer Valid until April 25th, 2011.

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