The Jewelry Lady's Store: In the 1920's color was roaring into fashion!
Women's shoes, France. 1700 - 1750, Brown leather , relief embroidery with colorful silk and gold thread . High, strongly curved heel and toe cap-like beak . (LM- 7464 ) Schweizerisches National Museum #Schweizerisches
Shoes, c. 1928, Europe, the Bowes Museum. -- The reason this shoe style is important in my opinion, is that if you remove the ornate tab they are basically the precursor to shoes that would be nearly the daily uniform for women until the end of the 1940's, (and beyond). Great shape to these.
Picture Glitz Heel, #ModCloth-- Envision an evening with swooning romance, sips of white wine, and these ladylike heels. These eggshell-toned Mary Janes boast star gilded-brocade vamps, a scalloped trim, and an off-centered bouquet of flowers upon their closed toes. We can’t imagine a shoe more perfect!
Quirky and individual, these pretty shoe boots look great with your favourite jeans. The floral inserts, ribbon lacing and a lovely decorative corsage make these one of our favourites for the season. Heel height: 8cm
C'est magnifique! une paire de chaussures - 1690-1700
A chopine is a type of women's platform shoe that was popular in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Chopines were originally used as a patten, clog, or overshoe to protect the shoes and dress from mud and street soil.