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LADY'S 2-TONE LEATHER BOOTS, 1890s  All leather: lilac w/ white trim, front lace, bottom stamped "Cammeyer".

Dressy Walking Boot: a pointed toe shoe with a small heel that was colored and sometimes embroidered.

woman in black and white with sleeves of doom (1890's)

i think i would like the skirt in this kind of stripe.or something like a "bold pinstripe"

1909

Black silk boots with floral embroidery. Jean-Louis Franois Pinet, Pinets footwear was famous for its extravagant embroidery, elegant styling and delicate Pinet heel. (Bata Shoe Museum) little-bits-of-victorian-wreckage

1870s-1890s House of Worth gown

Evening dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1894 Culture: French Medium: silk

1890-95 Boots | American | The Met

Boots Date: Culture: American Medium: Leather "Dressy walking boots" became popular because people were more active, so they needed boots that were sturdier but still attractive.

Ankle Boot, 1815 | Museum of London  "These woman's lace-up ankle boots are made from nankeen, a yellowish type of cotton fabric orginally made in China, trimmed with a bow and bindings of silk ribbon. The boots' history states that they were made by Miss Frances Burrow, sister of engravers John and Thomas Burrow. ..."

Ankle Boot These woman's lace-up ankle boots are made from nankeen, a yellowish type of cotton fabric originally made in China, trimmed with a bow and bindings of silk ribbon.

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Boots, AB LE Larsson & Co. Swedish, uppers of leather, shafts of pin-striped fabric, leather soles.

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