1940s Vintage Suede Spectator Pumps

I found all three of these pieces on my last thrifting trip, along with lots of other great finds. When I got home and started putting things together I loved this combo.
The vintage skirt is actually meant to be worn with a long top that was part of a set but it was by itself. It is just sort of a slip above the pleats so I paired it with longer layers.
I have a new-found love of stripes.
I made the bracelet from vintage drawer hardware and vintage metal buttons.
I’ve had these vintage pumps (and by vintage I mean 1940’s) for a few years. They are too tight and hurt my feet so I’ll probably sell them eventually to someone who wears about a size 6-1/2 or 7.
They’re just too cute to leave stored away.
{Cardigan: THRIFTED $1.99 {Green top: Old Navy THRIFTED $1.99} {Vintage Pleated Skirt: faded tag THRIFTED $3.99} {Vintage 40’s Spectator Pumps: Nina} {Bracelet: Tarnished Royalty here } {Earrings: Tarnished Royalty}
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13 thoughts on “1940s Vintage Suede Spectator Pumps

    1. Hello and thank you K&S! Started with a drawer handle backplate, glued the antique buttons on with E-6000, bent it into shape and attached it to a simple metal band cuff. Hope that helps!

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