Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Simply Neutrals Tuesday - Baby Shoes

I had intended to show you some really gorgeous antique French lace samples which I had bought on the weekend, but I was unpacking yet another box brought back from France earlier today, and came across these darling little 1950s baby shoes. So I changed my mind, lol, and decided to show you the shoes instead -

I remember wearing very similar little shoes when I was about 4 or 5 years old in the late 50s.

You can visit Wen's blog HERE and drool over lots more beautiful neutrals.

Have a great day wherever you are. Toodlepip xxx


Dorthe said...

Hi dear Liz, I`m so glad you posted these adorable little lovely shoes, how fine, the little girl wearing them, has been, and felt. They are beautiful, with the small holes pattern ,--do you believe they have been closed with ribbons ?
I hope to see you soon again my dear friend, and send you warm hugs .
Dorthe xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Your shoes are gorgeous, what a treasure! Thanks for your visit on my blog! Hugs, Valerie

Szara Sowa said...

Małe skarby, przypominają mi dzieciństwo. Miłego tygodnia.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

the baby shoes are just adorable, dear Liz.
Have a lovely day.

Roosterhead Designs said...

How divine; they are precious! And beautifully displayed with the vintage linens~
Thank you for sharing, Karen

Sue @ Miss Phoebes Perch said...

Liz, those shoes are just lovely! I don't think that I've ever seen any with a pattern like that before. And I adore the way that you have displayed them. XO Sue

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Ohhhhhh how sweet they are! I just love love love your shoes! What a treasure to still own them. I have a few of my children's that I cannot part with!
Thank you for sharing them!


Judys Lace Creations said...

Oh Liz, those little baby shoes made me feel goose-bumpy!! Some shoes are special aren't they?

Curtains in My Tree said...

I agree with everyone else that those little shoes are just precious,
I have lots projects going around in my head with baby shoes involved
and those would be so cute in one of my projects

Wen Sylvestre said...

The sweet shoes are so darling! I picture a sweet girl with curly hair (with big bow of course), a sweet smile and twinkling eyes, wearing those shoes :) Hugs and happy weekend Liz! xx