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The ankle-strap or ankle-tie shoe, as illustrated by this pair of evening shoes, was worn primarily in the late 1870s and 1880s. Slippers with comparatively high backs were a trend from the 1870s, and it seems that the feature of the peaked or raised quarter may have led naturally to the ankle-tie style. Although novel and fashionable at the time, the style does not appear to have been very widely worn. Satin boots were widely worn for evening in the 1860s and early 1870s, and this hybrid style can be seen as a compromise between the boot and the slipper.
French glass-beaded silk evening shoes 1875-85
Late 17thC early 18thC shoes of Louis XIV - not surprising they are over-ornamented!
SHOES THROUGH THE CENTURIES
Antonia wears shoes similar to these when attending the Roxton regatta. AUTUMN DUCHESS
Sandalia con laminado de oro, cincelada con motivo de asiático y africano vencidos. Equipo funerario de Tutankamon.
Zapatos de cuero para mujer del Siglo V, actualmente se encuentran en el Victoria and Albert Museum
1920s shoes. @designerwallace
Evening shoes - c. 1927 - by Marshall Field & Company (American, founded 1881)
Decorated dancing slippers at LACMA, 1800
Shoes by Hellstern & Sons, 1900’s Paris, Les Arts Décoratifs
Shoes probably worn by Lady Mary Stanhope about 1660