Wednesday, April 13, 2011


A shoe-heavy shop preview.

1970s rum raisin leather and wood clogs, by Old Maine Trotters.

Deadstock 1980s whiskey leather buckle ankle booties.

1970s russet brown leather wedge sandals.

1960s white leather pointy-toe flats, by Williams.

1970s Hush Puppies leather and wood clogs.

1970s men's Allen Edmonds lounge lizard buckle loafers.

1970s wedge peeptoe sandals.

Deadstock 1960s black wingtip-styled flats, by Williams.

1980s suede Eastland moccasin booties.

1970s caramel brown wooden clogs by Old Maine Trotters.

1950s brown suede bombshell pumps with leather accents.

Deadstock 1960s two-tone leather loafer flats, by Hi Brows.

1960s white basket weave flats, by Williams.

Deadstock 1960s caramel bow-toe flats, by Williams.

1980s Schick razor, mint in original packaging.

1960s jeweled Enid Collins-esque seaside theme tote.

Tooled leather Mexico purse.

Pair of 1950s industrial aluminum portable boxes.



  1. you've got some really cool clogs there!

  2. those hush puppies and the peep-toe wedges are killing me! please tell me they are ridiculously small :)

  3. The Hush Puppies *are* pretty small...the wedges are not!

  4. I love clogs- I wore them in the late 70s all the time and then a boy threw my best pair in the swimming pool. They looked terrible after- because when they dried there was dark spots on the leather and that was the end of wearing clogs. It's kind of a pointless memory but I must have been devastated at the time because it still sticks out in my mind.


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