Winter Shoe Styles of 1942.

Winter Shoe Styles of 1942.


1- The wooden sole oxford to wear with all tailored things. Uppers are that kitten-soft crush leather that looks so smart and feels so good. Wooden soles are skillfully carved and hinged so that you can walk away easily and bend your foot naturally. The perfect oxford for holiday festivities.

2- Irresistible combination – these bright red and blow strip strap kid uppers combined with natural color wooden soles. You’ll love this sandal, and you’ll find that it’s comfortable too – the thick wooden sole is hinged with a strong leather insert, so that your foot will bend easily when you walk.


3- Late Fashion Flash – These new wooden sole styles are causing a furer in New York and Hollywood – and sell at a much higher price. Soles are carefully carved to the shape of your foot and are cleverly hinged with a strong leather insert so that they flex naturally when you walk.


4- Stretchy Gores.
Rich looking, simple styling – here’s the slip-on that can be your “go everywhere” pump – now reduced to make it a very special holiday offering.

5- Flex-Sole Style Hit.

6- Elasticized crush leather or kid – with swirls of soutache trim and perky bow ornament – plus all flex sole comfort features that please today’s modern woman so much. Appropriate for dress or street wear.

7- Favourite Nurse’s Style.

Four colors offered in this comfortable style – so that housewives and working women, as well as nurses can wear. You’re bound to love the comfort of the crafted kid uppers. This pretty oxford is a must.

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