Time for the first collection of 2021!
This year, the big plan is to do a pre-order every single month through August (yowza!). Our February collection got off to a bit of a late start (thanks for slowing shipping to a crawl, Covid), but we’re technically still in February.
What I am most excited about, and I hope you will be too, is that we have a bunch of our most beloved styles finally returning, but where we were limited on colors and sizes before, now we can offer *A LOT* more!
So here is what’s on for the February 2021 pre-order:
Dunmore 18th Century Shoes
|Dunmore 18th Century Shoes in five colors, all glorious|
I’ve always been really proud of the Dunmore silhouette. Way back when, we developed this style with Colonial Williamsburg for that particularly exciting period of the 18th century – the 1770s through early 1790s.
|This blue is just divine|
Sophie 18th Century Mules
|Sophie 18th Century Mules in the perfect Georgian green, trimmed in white|
Backless slippers have gained in popularity over the past few years. We did a pre-order of the Sophies several years ago, but the factory that made them actually went bankrupt (as they were making them, omg), and it’s only now that we’re able to present these cuties again.
|All the classic Sophie colors (and perhaps more on the way some day!)|
Renoir Mid-Victorian Button Boots
|Be still, our mid-Victorian hearts – Renoir Button Boots in merlot leather|
|The new Renoir colors are subtle and gorgeous – pair with just about anything|
Tavistock Late Victorian & Edwardian Button Boots
|Can’t get enough of the dusty French blue on the new Tavistocks.|
Possibly our most popular boots ever, the Tavistocks have been updated and improved many times over the years. This time we have a new button style and a bunch of colors – black, brown, oxblood, and *the most* gorgeous dusty French blue.
Full size range available on these – women’s US 5 – 10, 11 & 12.
|A versatile bunch – imagine these Tavistocks peaking beneath your gorgeous Edwardian skirt.|
Mae Edwardian & 1920s Shoes
|Mae Edwardian Shoes were made to be in lots of colors. Suede & Smooth leather, single tone this season. Just delicious!|
This pretty little mary jane is the surprise dark horse. First introduced a couple years ago, Mae’s popularity has only grown, and it’s a style just ripe for a bunch of colors. We’ve done the classic black, and also added oxblood red, French blue, and evergreen.
Maes are just gorgeous, and super comfy with that lovely Edwardian French heel. They’re fantastic for 1900 – 1925.
|It’s hard to choose a favorite color of Mae but this evergreen is high up in that running.|