1960’s Plaid Beltless Trench Rain Coat

Classic mod fit. Its a bit of a boxy flare. The coat is a maroon, black and gray. It measures 42 cm across the shoulders and 57 cm across the armpits.

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1950s LaRose Mustard Yellow Springolators 5 M

Deadstock – neversold or worn – 1950s yellow Springolators Size 5 M. Heel 3.5in. The tip of the heel cap needs to be replaced, should cost about $10 or less.
Vintage can run 1/2size smaller than modern sizes. Also, while never worn, certainprecautions are strongly suggested before you wear your vintage purchase: re-glue or replace the insole, replace the lifts and replace the soles. These actions should be easily handled by your local shoe repair. And the minimal cost involved will improve the longevity of your vintageshoes.

1960s DEADSTOCK Pink Joseph Larose Pumps

Own a pair of some of the more exotic shoes the world has witnessed. These shoes were made by Joseph Larose, an internationally acclaimed designer for both celebrities and everyday women. These shoes are Deadstock, never sold or worn, pumps. They are in Size 5.5 with a chunky heel 1.75in. From the Joseph Larose warehouse.
Vintage can run 1/2 size smaller than modern sizes. Also, while never worn, certain precautions are strongly suggested before you wear your vintage purchase: re-glue or replace the insole, replace the lifts and replace the soles. These actions should be easily handled by your local shoe repair. And the minimal cost involved will improve the longevity of your vintage shoes.

1970’s Larose Stitched Leather Wedges Heels

I cannot begin to tell you how necessary these shoes are in your life. When I first looked at the shoes, they were dismissed, since I’m not a wedge girl. Oh but after trying them on…you have no idea how necessary. They are deadstock from the Larose warehouse. They are a size 5.

Vintage can run 1/2 size smaller than modern sizes. Also, while never worn, certain precautions are strongly suggested before you wear your vintage purchase: re-glue or replace the insole, replace the lifts and replace the soles. These actions should be easily handled by your local shoe repair. And the minimal cost involved will improve the longevity of your vintage shoes.