There was music, loads of fun and new found freedom, especially for the sociable woman, and this was evident in her mode of dressing and the flirty shoes she wore.
For daytime footwear, there were the famous Mary Jane shoes, debonair Oxford footwear, two-tone leather shoes, and the Gibson teardrops shoes, and for evening wear, there were embellished shoes, satin pumps, metallic faux leathers, and fabrics shoes, including those adorable and elegant t-straps, and lacquered heels.
These fabulously vintage inspired shoes of the 20s though not available today, have been replicated for today’s woman with each design produced to reflect the iconic details you’ll find on original vintage shoes.
Any of these elegant footwear can fit almost every woman’s preferred style, so, express yours and take your stylishness to a higher level.
Daytime Shoes of the 1920s
|Day to night footwear of the 1920s flapper era. This vintage-inspired creation is a perfect copy of the twenties women shoes. Elegant with spectacular styling, these Lillian heels come with real button ankle straps.|
|Two-tone graceful 1920s hoes in ivory and classic sage green. Real button ankle strap and Spanish style heels. Perfect for day to night wear.|
1920s Evening Shoes
|Add some retro flair to your modern outfits with this pair of vintage-inspired high heels with a pointed toe and the signature T-strap typical of the 1920s fashion appeal. Gives you a ladylike look that perfectly matches your formal ensemble.|
|Beautiful, trendy, metallic, typical 20s Mary Jane shoes with rhinestone buckles that secure the ankle straps. These are fun-night shoes, great for dancing and for pairing with elegant evening gowns. Made of two-toned leather.|
|Another classic 1920s shoe style - A pair of matte T-strap evening and night shoes that are timeless and graceful. Notice the high heels, gored adjustable buckle ankle strap, and pointed caps. |
|Flapper style kitten-heels with rhinestone detail on straps and heels. An authentic 1920 vintage-inspired pair of shoes, the style features a rounded (stub) toe.|