Spring Cleaning Sale & “Dunmore” Pre-Order Now Open!

Today’s the day, ladies! It’s time to make space for all the great new stuff coming, so we’ve put all kinds of things on sale in our annual…

Spring Cleaning Sale!
It’s also the opening day for…
Dunmore 18th Century Revolutionary War Shoes
18th Century Shoes
The shoes of the Revolution(s)
We’ve been working with Colonial Williamsburg for a year to develop these utterly perfect 1770s – 1790s latchet shoes, made with your choice black “stuff” (wool), or white cotton sateen, easily dyed to match your outfit.
  • Black wool or white cotton sateen upper
  • Linen lining with our historic trade label on the insole
  • Leather soles
  • New custom made 1770s Italian heel
  • Historic silhouette with soft toe box
Pre-Order April 15 – May 4 and receive your choice of a $10 discount, free buckles, or free stockings.  Take advantage of this offer at:


  • vintagevisions27

    April 16, 2015 at 3:19 PM

    How do these compare in size to the "Nankeen" Regency Cotton Boots? I think I ordered a 6 1/2 and found them to be a touch narrow, though they should stretch a bit with wear, the length was good. I'm afraid if I go up to a size 7 the length will be too long and my heels will slip out. That's a common problem I have with shoes and I hate adding those sticky heel inserts.

    • Lauren Stowell

      April 16, 2015 at 8:20 PM

      It's difficult to compare flats and heels, but both shoes have soft toe boxes and are the same width. I recommend ordering your most normal high heel shoe size, and if we need to exchange them, we can go up or down a size depending on what you think you need.


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