Cinderella slippers and Victorian boots

So far I’ve avoided doing posts about products, as I feel that there are more than enough out there, but what girl can resist a pair of beautiful shoes? American Duchess make historically accurate shoes from the 16th to the 20th century that are comfortable enough for the modern foot. Their latest design is the Gibson Edwardian shoe, perfect for suffragettes and career women of all Ages.

For those who wish to be a Georgian beauty or channel Marie Antoinette, there is a wide range of stunning leather shoes in all era-appropriate shapes and sizes

The flappers amongst you will surely appreciate the beautiful T-bar “23 Skidoo”, which is also available in a plain white – Perfect for customising with shoe dye  to suit any costume or outfit. Quite handy as wedding shoes too, I should think.

My personal favourite has to be the oh-so-awesome Victorian boot, a thing of beauty and elegance, that I definitely have my beady eye on.

Whether you’re into re-enactments, the vintage scene or just love a beautifully made leather shoe, this website is a great find. American Duchess is running a competition at the moment to win a pair of Gibson shoes. Click on the link for more details – you can bet a shiny penny I’ve already entered.

ps: I didn’t get sponsored to write this post – all opinions are my own
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4 thoughts on “Cinderella slippers and Victorian boots

  1. Esmerelda Marcos could not have been wrong with her 2000+ pairs of shoes. A lady without ENOUGH shoes is not a lady at all! 🙂

  2. Howdy this is kind of of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML.
    I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding knowledge so I wanted to get advice from someone with experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • hi, I know absolutely nothing about coding, but WordPress is quite handy as you pick a theme, write your blog and upload photos to the gallery. there is support and instructions on the wordpress website if you need any help. no coding etc. quick and easy.

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