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Naughty Monkey Women's Yoko Flat

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We think you and the Yoko ballet flat from Naughty Monkey were made for each other. This lovely flat has a pretty crocheted upper with solid leather and antiqued brass rivet detailing, a fully cushioned insole, and a rubber logo inset on the outsole for a flirty and confident step. The Yoko will add a special feminine flair to your casual wardrobe that you'll absolutely love.

Naughty Monkey is a fresh fun shoe collection that originated in California and has everyone clamoring for the monkey from coast to coast.  The naughty monkey, whose identity shall remain nameless, heard constant gripes and complaints about how mundane and boring footwear had become.  In his monkey mind came the devastating first designs of a brand that would leave a lasting impression on fashion and how fun it could be.  The evolution of naughty monkey to this day continues on the same maddening quest to bring the opposite of boring to fashion and can only be appreciated by those who have a little of the naughty monkey inside of them.

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