Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Fabulous Flapper Footwear, Part Two!

More from the Bata Shoe Museum, starting with some shoes from the permanent collection, followed by more images of the flapper footwear exhibits.

1910s

1920s

1930s



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10 comments:

Miss Matilda said...

oooh thank you, they are delish xx

Kate said...

I must find a way to get to the Bata shoe museum!! It looks like such an interesting exhibit!

Lindsay Lane said...

Oh my oh my!
What a lovely shoes. Wish I could've visit the expedition aswell. I love the shoes from the thirties the best!

Patricia Lynn said...

That rhinestone number is to die for. And I liked the "Where's the Baroness" picture. ;)

What-I-Found said...

These are fascinating...and I'm not even a big shoe gal.
Thanks for sharing!

sib vintage said...

be still heart, be still! those rhinestone covered heels are the definition of fablous!

Nadja said...

Oh, my! Sooo many lovely shoes! I'd rob the museum!
I feel such an envy, world wide seems to have vintage events... except Sweden, almost nothing at all..

Envy envy :D

Miss Meadows said...

There's nothing like a bit of shoe porn when you come home from work - tired. This made my day! :)

Emily & Gracie said...

Ho. Ly. Crap. These shoes are just. I cannot even express how magnificent they are. I just know if I ever get very very wealthy I am going to commission someone to make me some like the blue 1930s ones, the rhinestone covered ones and the gold and black (?) flower-printed mary janes. Or maybe I better just learn the ways of the cobbler.

xGracie

BaronessVonVintage said...

Happy to share the shoe love!

Patricia: Oh, yeah...you can see me in the first pic. Hehe. I was clearly intent on capturing photos of these shoes!