I’m a little late to the game here on the blog, but better late than never! If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you’ll already know the new early 19th century slippers are now available to order, and with a $10 discount!
I’ve shared about the new “Bronte” slippers before, with extant examples from museums. I’m so happy with how our version turned out, and that unlike the originals, they’re very comfortable to wear!
Bronte is available in black kid leather as well as white dyeable cotton sateen. The interior lacing loops mean you can wear them with a criss-crossed ribbon around the ankle, for a ball or just a different look, plus there’s no end to creative things you can do with shoe clips and rosettes on the toes.
|Left to right: Bronte in white sateen; Bronte in black kid leather; Highbury in white sateen. Ribbons not included.|