12 Victorian Shoe Images
Today we have an elegant collection of Victorian Shoe Images! Fans of the Titanic and Downton Abbey Fashion will love these images. Timeless and romantic, we have a good mix of sophisticated Victorian and Edwardian shoes and boots in this series. We even include a lovely engraving of a slipper shoe created for Queen Victoria! We have a Digital Collage Sheet and some funky shoes as well. One is a roller skate filled with flowers! All are Fun for Collage or Digital Design!
Victorian Shoe Images
This is a lovely shoe engraving from an 1850’s English book. The beautiful shoe shown above was a design made for Queen Victoria herself! A nice little ballet flat, with lots of pretty detail in the design, it is quite impressive!
Victorian Ladies Boot Pictures
Above is a gorgeous Ladies boot. This is from an Old Wanamaker’s Catalog. It is a two toned mid calf version with great stitching details. The long lace ends in a simple bow. Very stylish looking, but I can’t imagine trying to squeeze my toes into those pointy tips!
Here we have a fancy Woman’s boot from the same Wanamaker’s Catalog. This one is a button up boot. I love the scalloped edge detail around the button holes. Can you just imagine getting these buttoned up with the help of a button hook?
Edwardian Shoe Images
Pictured above is an illustration of a John Wanamaker Ladies shoe. This one features laces and an elongated pointy toe! It also has a low French heel design that I really like.
This is a fancy looking black and white Illustration of a cute Ladies Shoe along with her textured Stocking too! This one is from a rare early 1900’s Printer’s book.
Edwardian Dress Shoe Illustrations
Here we have a pretty Ladies shoe from the Edwardian Catalog! This shoe appears to be a simple classic pump slipper with a single wide button on flap across the vamp. Edwardian slippers were not just for bedrooms. This white satin version shown was probably a day shoe for an elegant woman.
Above is a beautiful Ladies shoe style also from the Edwardian Catalog! I love how fancy this one is. The low heeled shoe is black, and features crisscross ribbons elegantly going up the ankle and ending in the most adorable little bow just above the ankle! So Pretty!
Funky Shoe Scrap
This is a fun Victorian Advertising Scrap! The scrap is die cut into the shape of a Ladies high top shoe or boot. There is a also a little scene of a boy and a girl standing on a rock at the beach. This image advertises Priesmeyer Shoes. So cute!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Victorian Shoe Images!! You might also like the 90+ images in our Victorian Fashion Archives HERE!