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    1830. Sturdier damask gaiter boots. Image @Rósa Guðjónsdóttir Textile

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    English Historical Fiction Authors: LADIES' SLIPPERS AND HALF-BOOTS IN THE REGENCY ERA Although still a minority in women’s footwear at the beginning of the 19th century, ankle boots would become the dominant style of daytime footwear by the 1830s. Let it here be noted, however, that most of the women in Europe rarely owned more than one pair of shoes.

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Damask gaiter boots, 1830s. Side-lacing half boots with toe and heel foxing of contrasting leather were called gaiter boots, because they resembled gaiters (spats) worn over shoes. This pair features deep green damask uppers lined with ecru cotton canvas twill and foxed with black leather. The boots lace up on one side with the original lacings. Though impractical for serious walking, gaiter boots make the foot appear dainty and genteel.

Shoes 1830 A dainty pair of shoes elaborately created with plaited straw, ribbon trim.

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