The classic black and white saddle shoe is an icon of the 1950s, although it started before the 1920s and remained popular until the 1970s. The saddle oxford shoe is a white or light color lace-up oxford with a black or dark color band around the middle. Both men and women wore vintage saddle shoes with sporty casual looks. Teenagers were especially fond of wearing black and white saddle oxfords in the ’40s and ’50s. In the ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s, brown and white saddle shoes were the preferred color combination. Not just for women, men’s saddle shoes were worn to school or with casual outfits. Today, you can see many non-traditional color saddle shoes sold in almost every shoe store. Prices range from cheap costume quality saddle shoes to fine all leather vintage reproduction saddle shoes. Read about the history of saddle shoes here.
The following new saddle shoes come in black and white, brown and white, blue and white, or other two-tone color combinations in the saddle oxford or wingtip design. True to vintage style, the two tone combination was also seen on boots, loafers, pumps and even flat shoes. We search the web for the best saddle oxfords for women and men online.
Women’s Saddle Shoes:
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