Stunning silvery ivory satin and a classic T-bar shape make for a dreamy vintage shoe design. Aspiring Ginger Rogers fans and vintage brides will want to snap up a pair before it's too late!
You really could be Ginger Rogers in these!
The satin is a soft ivory silver, and really will look stunning with anything.
These shoes are synthetic with a leather lining for added comfort.
These shoes are true to size but wider footed ladies will probably get on better with a lower heel and/or something made of a wholly leather construct which will softer over time and be more accommodating.
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