Size and fit

Like other Skechers Goldie sneaker, this one is also exclusively available for women. The Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling comes in sizes 5 to 11 in medium width. This shoe runs big, so it is recommended to size down when purchasing a pair.

Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling Style

Run errands with style with this trendy slip-on sneaker. Wear the Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling with a short dress and jacket for a stylish casual look. This sneaker can also be worn with a pair of skinny jeans, cropped pants, and denim shorts.

Notable Features

This kick is dressed in a soft leather-textured synthetic material for its upper. Its front panel features mini rhinestones in two-color diamond patterns. Its Air Cooled Memory Foam insole enhances the shoe’s overall comfort and cushioning. The outsole is made of flexible rubber.

Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling History

Skechers started in 1992 and was founded by Robert Greenberg. Initially, the company began as a distributor of Dr. Martens shoes. But a year later, Greenberg shifted the company’s focus on designing and manufacturing its own shoe brand. Their primary niche market was composed of young hip consumers. 

As the years and decades passed, more Skechers shoes are being released not just for men but for women as well. One such model is the Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling. It is a glittery shoe in a slip-on silhouette with a platform sole.

Additional Info

  • The Skechers Goldie - Diamond Darling features dual side elastic panels for easy slip on fit.
  • Its platform heel measures 1 ¼ inches in height.
  • An embossed side S logo is seen in on the midsole heel of this shoe.


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