Antoinette Women's 18th Century Mules (Black)
Antoinette 18th century mules present a gorgeous opulence in fancy footwear for your Georgian era impressions. Correct for c. 1700 - 1770s, these elegant backless heeled slippers are the ideal choice for fancy gowns fit for Versailles, with a superbly balanced French heel, leather lining for easy walking, and a softly pointed toe.
The Antoinette mules are made of durable materials specifically to withstand both indoor and outdoor wear, so don't be afraid of ruining your shoes between carriage and palace. These beautiful slippers are easily slipped on or off when fully dressed - no bending down to fasten buckles or ties - and the real leather lining keeps them securely on your feet.
Materials & Sizing
- Durable polyester satin upper with metallic silver machine embroidery
- 100% leather soles with white rand welt piping
- Lined in leather
- Well-balanced, custom 2.5 in / 6.3 cm leather-covered French heels
- Left and Right lasted for maximum comfort
|Black, Silver, White
|Polyester Satin and Metallic Embroidery
|2.5 in / 6.3 cm
|Designed in Reno, Nevada, USA
|People's Republic of China
|Made in China
The shoes are beautiful, but tight across the vamp. I’m rather disappointed. I ordered according to my fit size measurement bc I’ve been finding AD shoes are getting smaller & smaller, and these are still tight too get on properly. They would fit in length perfectly, if my foot was fully inside the shoe, but the vamp doesn’t allow for that. I don’t even know that going up another size would do anything bc then the shoe will be too long.
For sizing, we suggest you order whatever size you MOST typically wear in B width heels when ordering the Antoinette as we've found this is the method that tends to be most successful for most people. We don't typically go by measurements for individuals, as they're not a good way to estimate size. No two people measure their feet the same and considering that there's typically a 2mm difference in width and a 4mm difference in length in between half sizes, you can see how a tiny change in measuring could throw you way off!