Tuesday, January 14, 2014

shoes, boots, slippers, and fancy frames

Yesterday I think I did my biggest photo shoot of shoes ever!  The shoes range from 1940s deadstock to 1980s boots to cute and comfy slippers.  And I fit in the two extremely cool pairs of Tura eyeglasses we recently acquired.  The results are below...all items arriving in the shop starting today.


1950s jeweled pale pink aluminum Tura eyeglasses.


1950s silver aluminum Tura Turanette eyeglasses.  The ornate braiding details at the sides were meant to hold a woman's hairstyle in place!


Black suede lace-up boots, made in Spain, with colorful plaid lining.


Deadstock 1940s black suede oxfords with cut-outs and ribbon laces, Duo-Flex by Hagerty.


Deadstock 1970s caramel leather brogue oxfords, by Dr. Hiss.


1940s striped satin slippers.


Brown leather boots with plaid ankle padding.


1940s navy suede mesh peeptoe heels.


1960s olive green Pappagallo suede flats with flowers at the toes.


Deadstock red leather and shearling Daniel Green moccasin slippers with red plastic acorns at the toes.


1980s Louis FĂ©raud black suede heels with black and red rosettes.


Deadstock 1940s black leather oxford heels, by Dr. Hiss.


1970s brown suede shearling lined desert/hiking boots.


1960s mod olive green suede Johansen-ettes heels with red and blue striped toes.


Deadstock honey suede Shawnee slippers, by Daniel Green.


Black nubuck suede Ferragamo t-strap peeptoe heels.


Deadstock 1940s black leather oxford heels, by Dr. Hiss.

xo
K

4 comments:

  1. Those black suede lace-up boots are singing to me. What size are they?

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    1. hey A! They'll be listed later today...they're marked an 8, but I think they *might* fit up to an 8 1/2 (I was just able to squeeze my size 9 feet into them).

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  2. oooooooh! I'm going to keep my eye out for them. thanks!

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  3. Oooh! Those brogues and green flats. I adore them! And how neat are those glasses, keeping a gal's hair in place?!

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