I have quite a few new things on the shop at the moment such as a 1940s crepe beaded dress, 1940s spectator shoes, 1960s paisley dress, 40s and 50s hats and handbag, 1940s suit and 1950s dress, 40s stocking box with stockings, 30s and 40s bakelite buckles, 1940s sewing patterns and more! If you like anything that you see, please click on the Esty shop link here.
I have some lovely new items in the shop including an amazing purple 1940s ladies suit, a black 40s skirt, a jacket and some early 40s chocolate suede shoes. 1950s beaded handbag, swing coat, beaded dress and more seamed stockings. 1940s Tootal scarf, a 1930s evening purse and some cool 1950s mens ties. Also featured are some cute 60s does 40s shoes. So much more to list in the coming weeks!
Another bunch of amazing vintage shoes from the 1920s to the 40s from my Pinterest vintage shoe board. The colour and vibrancy of the styles match anything we have today.
* Taken from my other blog.
Hi all! I currently have A LOT of shoes for sale from the 40s and 50s and thought I would show you what I have here. Readers of this blog can get a 10% of all shoes in the shop by emailing me at email@example.com to get the special code for the discount. The mens shoes in the shop not shown here are also available with the discount 🙂
Shop link: Violet’s Vintage Emporium
Hi all! I have just added a load of new items to my shop. I recently came across 4 pairs of fantastic vintage shoes and several of them are deadstock items that have never been worn. Three of the pairs are from the 50s and the other is from the 40s. I still find it amazing whenever I come across vintage items that have never been worn or used since the day they were purchased, so I hope these find a good home 🙂 I also picked up 2 deadstock 1960s mens tiki style shirts, two 1920s hair combs, an amazing 1950s ‘atomic design’ silk scarf, a 1930s crocheted purse and collar with glass beads. I also have some 50s earrings, an Art Deco buckle from the 30s, 50s handbag and a vesta case from around 1890. Enjoy!
* All items are linked back to the Etsy store.
I have five glorious pairs of 1940s (some maybe very early 50s) for sale in the shop this month. All fine examples of the many shoe styles that were available at the time. One pair is pretty much deadstock and comes with it’s original box, dated 1944. My favourite is the beaded shoes with the plastic vamp. Very elegant. If my shoe size wasn’t an 8.5 I’d be keeping two of these pairs for myself!
I’ve been a little bit slack at posting the new shop finds, been very busy lately. But, as promised, here are few of the beauties I have added there of late. A 20s dress and magazine, 30s suit set, a few 40s dresses and shoes, 40s linen blouse, deadstock gloves and some handbags and a 50s swing coat Enjoy!