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.
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..
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 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..
Mae 1920s Shoes are svelte and stylish, perfect for a historically accurate Edwardian, Great War, and early '20s looks, or to wear with Goth, Lolita, Steampunk, or just everyday wear.The Mae design is very elegant, with a triple cutout strap arching across the top of the foot and buttoning. The tone..