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It's call No. 1 for a reason

Torika Tokalau
Friday, December 07, 2012

IT'S that time of the year again, where parties and social events will be the norm of the season. You have the best outfit but you're still without the shoes to match! Dilemma? Not quite.

Deluxe No1 has the answer to your problem with their newest arrivals of fashionable ladies shoes from Melani.

The Melani brand women's shoes are the best in the market. Deluxe No1 has them all, size, colour, height and to suit whatever occasion.

They come in nice, beautiful dress shoes either for work or social events. The Melani shoes come in different sizes, from the six-inch high heels to high platform heels to wedges.

They even have flatties, sandals and slip-ons if you're looking for a more comfortable wear.

Deluxe No1 has them in all colours, from the classic black and brown shades to different color combinations. They are also available in any size, even for those of you with large feet, Deluxe No1 has jumbo sizes that are sure to fit you.

Visit Deluxe No1 today and put you mind to ease. They are located only in Suva at Shop 1A Vanua Arcade in Suva, right opposite Sukuna Park and at Harifam Centre, opposite MHCC.

Their sales people are the best in what they, ready to help you with your footwear needs.

Deluxe No1 also has available men's shoes, for that special occasion to sandals, safety boots and dessert boots. They also have school sandals available for parents wanting to beat that back to school rush.

Deluxe No1 has been around since 1970 so you can be rest assured they offer only the best footwear available. They know what your feet needs!


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