Spring-Fling: Vintage Shoes
If you’re looking to add some extra pizzaz, zing or oomph to your wardrobe, vintage shoes just may be what you need. They’re a great way to add a dose of funky style to your wardrobe. You can draw inspiration from timeless designs, or reinterpret variants with a minimalist point of view.
Some of the intriguing vintage casual footwear in store this spring for men include a pice from the line up from Maison Martin Margiela. They can go with the vintage-styled loafer that sits atop of a solid wooden outsole. It’s constructed with premium, semi-rugged tanned leather and clean, matching stitch details on the upper portion. The shoe rounds out with a stitch-down welt construction and solid wooden outsole.
For the ladies look for riding boots, oxford flats, turquoise moccasins, and floral pumps which can be easily found for less than $50.
There is also the glowing metallic luster pointed Asakushi shoes, which are the main attraction of the Marc Jacobs 2012 spring shoe series. Classics include are red light mouth high heels, bright colors, and check printing. You can’t go wrong with buckle designs, which have a hint of childhood. You can also opt for a metal segian mouth pointed shoe, light green pointed pumps, refined white pumps, and retro plaid buckle pumps. More vintage shoes include elegant pure white boots, metal texture light green boots and retro mixed colors paragraph shoes.
With all the vintage options, it shouldn’t be difficult to find a sole-mate. Since many of the shoes are one-of-a kind vintage specimens, make sure you’re quick to snap ‘em up because true shoe love is hard to find.