Victorian women were notable for their tall black lace-up Victorian boots. They continued to be worn into the 1950s with a vintage revival in the 1980s as well. Often called granny boots, Old West boots, Lolita boots or witch’s boots, they are popular with Civil War and Victorian event reenactors. Button up boots and low heel Oxford shoes were alternatives to the lace-up boot in the late Victorian era. For evenings, a flat or low heel slipper was dyed to match the elegant gown. Read about the history of Victorian footwear here.
Whether you need ladies’ Victorian boots in classic black or brown leather or Victorian wedding boots in white or ivory lace, these new boots and shoes have all the old Victorian style you need in a price range best for you. For more vintage boots, look here.