Winters Past

20th Century Fashion from Deco to Disco

So Many Vintage Shoes

Shoes! How I love them. First of all, no matter how much my dress size fluctuates, my shoe size stays pretty much the same. It’s a pretty stress-free purchase that way.

A change of shoes can completely alter the look and feel of what you’re wearing. A skirt worn with sandals becomes very different when paired with heels or boots.

I enjoy the creative possibilities shoes offer.There are so many ways that footwear can be put together -just think about the options:

There are boat shoes, Cuban heels, loafers, Mary Janes, mules, oxfords, platforms, saddle shoes, spectators, stilettos and wing tips, to name a few.

Shoes are the perfect way to add a dash of vintage to a modern outfit.

Here is a nice selection of fun vintage shoes I have in the shop right now:

Vintage black suede wedge pump

Sweet, elegant black suede wedge pumps

Swing era chunky heel sandals

Forties chunky heeled sandals in a neat red and bone color combo

Vintage alligator pump

These are lovely, ladylike vintage alligator pumps

Seventies Ferragamo pump

Seventies Ferragamo red suede pumps with nail head accents and a nice retro edge

sneaker with a high wedge heel

Very funky sneakers with a high wedge heel?

eighties tie heel

And these eighties oxford- heel hybrids-whoa!

Author: Winters Past

I am a vintage clothing shop owner living and working in rural north Florida. I believe in adding a little vinegar and molasses to my greens, having my coffee outside whenever possible, and mixing something vintage into every room and every outfit.

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