Travel back in time to when women wore classy vintage heels and modest pumps for everything, from housework to shopping. Trending now are 1920s heels in T-strap or Mary Jane styles that exude flapper frivolities. The 1930s made dancing in vintage white or silver heels the new thing to do in Old Hollywood. Pin ups in the 1940s glamorized the new peep toe heel for fun and the low Oxford heel for daily tasks. Style returned in the 1950s with a tiny kitten heel pump that women could actually walk in, as well as bold colors like red, black, and pink. Finally, the 1960s and ’70s revived most of the classic vintage heels, including the two-tone saddle and wingtip pattern pump.
Whatever style of vintage heel you are looking for, we searched the web and found many new retro heels from all your favorite brands. Vegan or leather, from cheap to fabulous vintage reproductions. Most of these retro heels come in other colors and some in wide and narrow sizes. Need vintage wedding heels? Look here.
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