Women's Ankle Strap Dance Shoes

Aris Allen Women's Nude 1920s Satin d'Orsay Swing Dance Shoes

  • These are an exact copy of an adorable grosgrain dance dance sandal from the 1920s. Done in tan fabric, the idea of “nude shoes” being that the neutral color helps to blur the line between the dancer and the floor - elongating your legs and the appearance of your movements.
  • The short, chunky heel that makes it so stable for dancing is called a Military Heel and was quite common on Jazz Age shoes.
  • The almost-to-the-sole cutouts keep your toes from sticking through (anyone who has danced in a sandal with straps or cutouts on the vamp hates it when their little toe sticks out between the straps on the front... this model is solid at the bottom of the vamp - keeping that from being a problem).
  • Made with flexible suede-bottom soles and heels and a soft foam footbed which is perfect for dancers of all skill levels.
  • Aris Allen is known for making vintage style swing dance shoes and reproduction models that are more authentic equipment for dancing swing than ordinary ballroom shoes are. Their philosophy being that your dancing will look more authentic if you wear the same style of shoes the inventors of the dance were wearing.
Item : #8077-TN
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