FIESTA or Piyesta in Filipino, will bring a smile to the face of almost any Filipino. Derived from the Spanish word which means feast, it is a special time with friends, family, food, and lots of activities in honor of a saint such as offering for a good harvest or to celebrate thanksgiving. A popular indication of a fiesta approaching is when the town begins to put up banderitas (stringed flags) or fringes on the streets.
Fiesta’s upper is painstakingly frayed by hand by our women artisans to produce a threadbare upper.
Fiesta Arina's, upcycled fringe upper is made of repurposed flour sacks and is painstakingly frayed by hand by our women artisans to produce a threadbare upper.
As part of our effort to spread awareness of conscious consumerism. This is the perfect footwear statement that literally says, "Hey! I was a flour sack, I care about the planet, and I'm committed to being part of the positive impact!"
Upper and lining are made from upcycled flour sacks. Colors or patterns may vary due to the original print and use of the repurposed flour sack. Both the left and right pairs will be similar in basic colors such as white, blue, red, and yellow.
Also available in plain cream flour sack color without print. Limited stocks.
Footbed made from sustainable handwoven Abaca.
Gum outer sole.
Fitting: True to size.
Handcrafted by shoemakers of Laguna for Sewn - Sustain Our Homegrown.
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