Pretty, feminine and unique – three words I would use to describe the shoes from Miss L Fire. Three words that I would also describe vintage fashion. To say that these shoes from this fledgling label are full of character is an understatement.
1. Orient, $149.99, Miss L Fire
Everything about this t-strap pump speaks of vintage fashion. There’s a 40’s influence in it as well as 50’s and 60’s. What truly draws my attention is the embroidery. Embroidered flowers and bird adorned with colourful beads plainly increased its vintage vibe.
2. Rio, $189.99, Miss L Fire
Winged shoes are something common in sportswear. I bet you have seen one of those edgy high top sneakers adorned with colorful wings on the sides. This pair of Mary Jane wedge pumps adorned with gold-tone fabric wings offers a wonderful surprise though. The wings at the back just made this look ten times more interesting.
3. Delano, $169.99, Miss L Fire
I don’t even know where to begin enumerating its numerous charms! The lovely purple color that looks richer because of the suede material is something you don’t get to see in shoes everyday. The combination of classic loafer details complete with a vamp fringe and embellished ribbon just attracted me to this pair.
4. Fandango, $174.99, Miss L Fire
This reminds me of Little Mermaid for some reason. Perhaps it’s because of the scalloped detail. While it’s not your everyday shoe choice, it’s a wildcard you might want to consider getting for those special occasions when you want to make a statement.
5. Masquerade, $129.99, Miss L Fire
Lady-like scalloped vamp and back, rich blue suede and leather upper, gold tone piping details, studs adornment and embossed platforms – these are just some of the reasons why you should include this in your must-have list.
6. Bonnie, $149.99, Miss L Fire
Nothing gets more classic than a pair of suede low-heeled pumps. But Miss L Fire successfully added modern flair with its whipstitch details and tie-on structure.
I wish I can get my hands on all of these vintage style shoes. I’ll surely have fun incorporating them in my ensembles!