1950’s Shoes: Fashion and Style

If you are one of those shoes lovers, you might be having a collection even the weirdest in style.  But did you know that some of our modern shoes today are inspired by 1950’s shoes? Yes! And you can tell these styles by looking at women’s shoes.

1950’s Shoes: How They Look Like

Did you know that your favorite stiletto are the women’s accessories that makes every one in a party turn their head on every woman wearing a pair of it? Such sexy pairs are very tall with 4-inch spiked thin heels that usually ends up with metal crap.  They are often worn in parties paired with glamorous gown, but considered as impractical especially those who do not know how to walk with super high heels.

And who loves those Gladiator designs of sandals and shoes today? They are inspired by 50’s shoes which are strappy pairs which are ideal as evening wear in that season.  In 1950s, these pairs of shoes come in ultra-thin straps, sling backs, or ankle straps.

Ankle Strap Wedges are another popular 1950s shoes.  These wedges come in very unique ankle straps which still exist up to now.

Kitten Heel Shoes, considered as classic dress shoes are low in heels but made every woman in 1950s elegant and classy.  Usually, kitten heel shoes are made of leather or reptile skin which comes in a steeper price than ordinary material.

Finally, Baby Dolls are the famous among all of the 1950’s shoes.  Stylish yet very comfortable, such pairs of shoes are great for everyday use, either around the house or going out for shopping.  They feature round toes that resembled a doll.  Most women prefer to use black doll shoes that are great pair for all colors of outfit, although there are really some who prefer colored pairs for fashion purposes.