Hope House Costume Museum has hundreds of pairs of shoes for women, men and children. The oldest pair date from the early Victorian era all the way through to 1970s. 

Browse just some of Notty's favourite ones below.

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By the 1930s strapless shoes, such as these, became increasingly popular over the previously worn bar shoes (still popular for dances). The heels of these shoes are higher than those in previous decades, and the satin could be dyed different colours, however these in an ivory satin might suggest they were perhaps worn by a bride at her wedding.