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Vintage Shoes

Refer to vintage shoes, do you think that the vintage shoes are outdated? If so, it is high time to rediscover the charisma of the fashionable shoes in 1950 and their voguish appeal when you pair them right with your apparels. This class of shoes has more variations in designs and types than people generally assume. The changing trends in modern styling have incorporated freshness to these shoes.

If we date back fashion to 1940’s, we would know that flat sandal and plain shoes were popular in those days. Fashion in the 1950’s brought out basic classy single color pumps, flats, wedges, and loafers. Black, brown and beige were the main choices in those days. Shoes were to be coordinated perfectly to match an outfit, accessory, wallet, belts, and even jewelry.

Stiletto heels and heeled shoes were all the rage during 1960’s. Red was the boldest shade in vintage boots. Camel vintage boots were preferred by one and all. Baby Dolls featuring round toes emerged. From there, fashion has come a long way and we have brighter colors and different styles today. Many modern shoe companies have their roots in vintage styles. There is nothing wrong with looking modern by twisting up old style. Fashion today is, of course, a reinterpretation of styles from the past, and many designers adopt those. The easiest way to introduce vintage into your wardrobe is by Mix-n-matching vintage and new pieces. Wearing women vintage shoes have never been as popular as it is at present. With so many styles to choose from, there is always a vintage look for everyone. Show off your love for vintage by creating perfect ensembles of modern and retro inspired clothing with vintage shoes. Vintage inspired boots are handcrafted with quality leather giving attention to detail and finishing, plus the coordinated look with any outfit. Vintage inspired boots are unique and a masterpiece in itself.