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J. Ferry | Evening slippers | French | The Met
At once classic and unique, this pair of evening slippers is an iconic style from the period, atypically rendered in vibrant purple panné velvet. The unusual color and material suggest that the shoes were custom made to match a garment
Side-button boots, 1870s
The Victorian woman's wardrobe was divided into a dizzying array of categories. Morning, visiting, walking, evening, traveling, shopping, and mourning are just some of the activities and circumstances that demanded a dedicated ensemble. Understanding the difference between a dress for morning and a dress for traveling was valuable knowledge that helped a woman maintain her social standing and good reputation. For those women who needed help unraveling the specifics of dress and social…
Wedding slippers | American | The Met
Simple flat cream satin slippers were a common choice of brides throughout the 19th century. If the wearer preferred a more modern appearance, the style could be updated by adopting the current mode of trimming and, after 1850, by the addition of a heel
Bustle Dress, Victorian Costume, Vintage Clothing, Vintage Clothes
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What a great find! These have to be the cutest little high top boots shoes, ever! A soft pale pink with original buttons and cut like steel buckles, most likely French doll shoes but could be a little girls pair, either way they are adorable and display beautifully with loads of charm.They measure a mere 4 inches in length and are 3 inches high. A rare addition to your antique children's clothing or doll treasures!
Pumps | French | The Met
In the first half of the nineteenth century, women's shoes and boots with flat soles were fashionable, but mules and slippers with heels had returned as a popular style by the 1870s. Embroidery, beading, ribbon- and canvas work are techniques that frequently appear on surviving shoes from this period
Boots | American | The Met
The United States was the world leader in shoe manufacturing technology and production volume in second half of the 19th century. This pair of boots bears a rare label marking an important American technological innovation in shoe manufacturing, the introduction of the McKay Sewing machine in 1860