Deadstock 1990s Yves Saint Laurent Button Up Shirt

The shirt still has the tags from Macy’s and the cardboard still in the collar. It is striped pink with white collar that buttons at the top so your tie hangs just right. It measures 44 cm across the shoulders and 54 cm across the armpits.

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1950s DEADSTOCK Joseph Larose Silver Sandals

Deadstock, never sold or worn. These are 1950s Joseph Larose Silver Sandals. Size 5.5M, the heel measures 2in. Silver chain t-strap, did yoiu catch the silver chain part, doesn’t get much more rad. 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.

1960s DEADSTOCK Palter Bronze and PVC Peep Toe Heels

Deadstock, never sold or worn. 1960s Palter bronze and PVC Peep Toe heels. They are a size 5 M with a 3″ bronze heel. The PVC vamp is topped by a cute bronze bow for perfect pin up style. 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.

1960s Deadstock Pink With Cream Colored Kitten Heel Shoes

These shoes have never been worn or sold. They are made by the Legend Joseph Larose. The shoes are pink suede leather with a creme colored kitten heel. They are marked size 5 1/2 M with a 3 cm heel.

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.