Vintage Blue and Black Lace Nightgown Dress

This gown makes a better dress, than a nightgown. It is a shiny aqua color with black lace trimmed at the collar. It measures 53 cm across the armpits.

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1950s Green Fur Larose Wedge Sandals

Okay, first off I’m a little bias… As I don’t wear fur as a matter of ethical reasons, I am obsessed with fur on my shoes. Theses shoes are pony hair dyed a very dark green. I thought they were black at first. I am in love with them and we’ll see if they get pulled and I keep them. The shoes are a size 5 1/2 N with a 9 cm heel. Made by the icon Joseph Larose.
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.
Get your dancing shoes and swing in this one.

1960s Black Patent Leather Metal Buckle Larose Heels

These shoes are deadstock,they have never been sold or worn. They have a patent leather black body, with a patent leather cream heel. the front has a patent leather white oval with a metal oval in the center. They are made by the one and only Joseph Larose. They are marked size 5.5 with a 3 1/2cm 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.

1950s Purple Suede Leather Larose Heel Deadstock

These shoes are made by Joseph Larose. They are purple leather with the fronts having tiny little hole details in the suede. The are marked size 5 1/2 with a 7 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.