As the festive season is now in full swing, for my latest Hotter Shoes article I style Cornwall shoes and Viviene heels to suit appropriately festive occasions.
This festive season, Hotter Shoes have a style or design of shoe to suit every holiday occasion.
1930s Evening wear with Viviene Heels
To create a 1930s evening look, I chose the Viviene heels in black. I love the t-bar style, and the low heel enables these shoes to be both stylish and comfortable.
Outfit Details – 1930s Evening wear Look
- Shoes – Viviene Heels c/o Hotter
- Dress and Cape – Original 1930s, sold as a set from the Festival of Vintage
- Button Covers worn on cape – original 1920s button covers, purchased via Etsy.
1940s Daytime Look With Cornwall Shoes
For a daytime 1940s look, I decided to team the Cornwall shoes with a pair of swing trousers, and classic 1940s accessories such as a hair snood and reproduction earrings based on a 1940s style.
Outfit Details – 1940s Daywear Look
- Shoes – Cornwall in Ruby c/o Hotter
- Hair Snood – Arthelia’s Attic
- Earrings – Splendette
- Polo Top (just seen) Simon James Cathcart
- Tie – Vintage, purchased from a antiques shop
- Jacket – Made by me (see this post here)
- Brooch – 1940s Style For You
- Trousers – 1940s Swing Trousers, Vivien of Holloway.
To view the full piece, visit the Hotter Shoes blog It’s A Shoe Thing here.
I don’t know about you, but I am certainly starting to feel festive!
Many thanks again to Hotter for working with me on these articles, make sure you check out the full piece over on their blog It’s A Shoe Thing here.
Until next time dears!