Monday, August 1, 2011

Devonshire Leather 18th Century Shoes - Pre-Order Now Open

It's August 1, ladies, which means you can now order your Devonshire leather 18th century shoes!

Order Devonshires, Click Here!

Top-quality leather uppers and Italian leather soles
Here's How Pre-Orders Work:
We have to collect about 100 pre-orders for the run to be made.  If we can't get at least 100 orders, I will have to refund everyone their money and no leather shoes will be made.  Please share, tweet, facebook, and blog about the shoes to help spread the word and achieve the 100 pre-orders!

Our custom-made Louie heels are period correct and found on no other shoes in the world.
You can order Devonshires AND Georgianas from August 1 through August 10, both for the special, reduced pricing.  The size charts have been adjusted to reflect average-width, standard US sizes, so please study the size chart carefully before ordering.

Only a limited number of Devonshires will be made.
We take bulk orders!  Should you like to place a bulk order, please e-mail me at lauren@american-duchess.com .

Read more about Devonshire here.

Read more about Georgianas here.

Don't miss this beautiful, hard-wearing shoe.  Own one of only a couple hundred pairs on the planet.
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8 comments:

  1. I'm crossing my fingers and hopes that you get all pre-orders that you need. (You know, it's summer and many people are out of the salon...)

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  2. I just got my Georgianas and though they are a little wide, they fit! It helps that I have wide feet. They look really pretty and I'm really happy with them! I'll have to get a leather pair now!

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  3. Quick question - if we want them dyed, how do we add that to the order? I couldn't quite figure it out... thanks!

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  4. How's the pre-order going?
    Are we nearing the 100 orders for the Devonshires yet? ;)

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  5. This blog is amazing ! @_@ And these shoes...!! Too bad I don't have any historical costumes to pair it with...

    The Violet Lion

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  6. Maggie - trying to figure out how to offer the dye service this time. See, the problem is ... what if the shoes don't fit? Then they've been dyed, but have to be sent back / re-dyed ... it ends up being very expensive for both parties.

    Mikey - so far we've got 30 orders. Quite a ways to go!!

    Akasya, thank you :-) Although this style is very historical, we'll have some styles in the future that I think you'll like, that are more modern-looking, so stay tuned, and thank you for following :-)

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  7. Oh, sorry, I went back and saw a comment on an older post where you said you couldn't offer dyed ones. I've used that brand of leather paint and it does work very well.

    I've glad you did dyeing for the silk ones though - I was pretty happy with them!

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