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1930s Fashion – Shoe & Hosiery Styles for 1936

By Glamourdaze @GlamourdazeBlog

June styles in Hollywood heels –

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Firstly, no summer season pair of heels is complete without a pair of extra fine gauge stockings. Try these silk stockings from Sears Roebuck. With fashionable seams and French heels, they look good in any pair of shoes.

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Heels, this season are news ! Spike heels are out. A lithe free carriage is the order of the day. Above, for formal afternoons, a T-strap pump in dull black, Java brown with narrow piping in contrasting color.

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For semi-formal daytime – a three eyelet tie with medium heel, in dull matt black or Java brown kid, with combination amalac and patent trim.

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Low cost hosiery – again from Sears in their finest Rayon which boasts durability as well as sheer texture. Very flattering for those summer pins.

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For formal street wear, heels have reached a new low. Above, the four-eyelet oxford with percolation’s and asymmetric trim, in black with dark gray stitching or Java brown.

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For town or country, with tweeds, the oxford with broad fringed tongue is smart. Black, rouge surfaced calf with dark gray stitching; Java brown with cocoa. To wear as plain oxford, remove the tongue.

That’s all !
©Glamourdaze 2017
Originally published June 1936 Photoplay.


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