Mary Jane shoes, sometimes called "Bar Shoes," are styles closing with a strap across the instep or ankle, usually with a buckle, button, or velcro. Mary Janes were particularly popular in the 1920s, but remained a wardrobe staple through the 1930s and 1940s.
The name on everybody's lips is gonna be "Roxy." Style in spades is the goal of these glam mary jane shoes. Made in two-tone gilded leather and fastened with a center-closing rhinestone buckle, the Roxy are the metallic 1920s shoes you've been looking for, dreaming of, lusting after. With a 2 3/8" /..
Beautiful, sparkly, shiny, gorgeous. The glamour of the Jazz Age comes alive in these stunning metallic silver Mary Janes, ready to hit the dance floor for a flapper fun night out or stop traffic in a '30s Old Hollywood evening gown. Named for Roxy Hart in "Chicago," our two-tone silver Roxies are m..
1920s and 1930s shoes were well-known for being flashy, flirty, and fashionable, with eye-catching details and interesting color combinations. Our Lillian holds these style ideals close at heart, with two-tone spectator styling in a summery Art Deco colorway of butter yellow and soft ivory. The Lill..
There's little else as iconic as a spectator shoe, except perhaps the classic 1920s Mary Jane style. Why settle for a boring character shoe when the sporty, yet elegant, Lillian is calling your name? Made in real leather in the popular navy blue and ivory colorway, these 1920s/1930s shoes offer a re..
1920s shoes were well-known for being flashy, flirty, and fashionable, with eye-catching details and interesting color combinations. Our Lillian holds these style ideals close at heart, with two-tone spectator styling in a classic 1920s colorway of popular sage green and soft ivory. The Lillians are..