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    Posted 8 years ago

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    Can anyone give me some information about this shoe. Age? Thank you! I found this at a local thrift shop and need help identifying the age.

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    1. lundy lundy, 8 years ago
      hi cant help with the age ,but my aunt ILEANE had one just like that one
    2. respian, 8 years ago
      How old is Aunt ILEANE?
    3. stefdesign stefdesign, 8 years ago
      You need to take a photo of the inside of the shoe, especially if there's a manufacturers name, codes, etc. The sole can also be a clue.
    4. respian, 8 years ago
      Okay, will do. Thanks
    5. lundy lundy, 8 years ago
      she would of been about 85-95
    6. respian, 8 years ago
      the label on the inside of shoe says glamour poise, there is a woman's face next to the text. thank you.
    7. respian, 8 years ago
      The label is so faded that I could barely make it out. Thank goodness for typography in college! The second pic is the best I could do. Thanks for all your help!
    8. respian, 8 years ago
      Thank you for all your tireless effort DD@Phila. :)
    9. Pinkcoke, 8 years ago
      The louis heel did come back in the 80's but in a Gothic/Victorian style. These are much more current fashion and I think they are from the mid 60's. The sole is still leather and the heel construction is old fashioned, by the 70's most soles are the black plastic type we have today and the heel tap would be a plastic or metal tip with a plug rather than a leather one nailed on. Also the mary jane style strap was very popular in the 60's-70's.
      You could call them a variation of the pilgrim shoe.

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