My Favorite Vintage Boots Photos
Vintage boots rock my world. And it's no wonder. With all the boots out there, vintage boots have a look that demands admiration. Nothing says, "Wear me I'm gorgeous!" like a perfect pair of weathered vintage boots. hich is why they sell out so fast, so if you find a pair, either online or at a local vintage shop, and they fit, don't hesitate to purchase them.
Here are some favorite vintage leather boot photos I came across recently for us all to drool over.
Most sought after this year are the kiltie boots made popular in 1969-74. The boot on the left is a pair of men's Justin kiltie boots that sold recently, from an Etsy shop called Good Eye. While these may be men's boots, I would certainly have absolutely no problems wearing them.
don't know the brand or year of these brown leather vintage boots (by the time I got to the link they were already sold and the owner of Druther's Bizarre on Etsy is at Transformus as well sometimes and is temporarily unavailable). I can say, however, that they are absolutely gorgeous and absolutely vintage. The embellishments on the front faux strap are a unique addition, and I love the fact that they are not too feminine. The color is the kind of brown you want to touch and stare at. Their worn creases add a beautiful dimension to their fabulous color. While they look as though they've kept some of their stiffness, it's nice that someone else has softened up the leather for an easier fit and comfort factor.
These brown 1970's vintage boots from Currancy Vintage lothing may be men's boots, but tell me they wouldn't look fabulous with a flowy dress or denim straight skirt, or even jeans?
Last but not least are these far out sexy black leather women's vintage highway patrol police motorcycle boots from Amelia and Imad's RabbitHouseVintage Etsy shop in Nashville TN. While the main foot of the boot seems like it's still quite firm, the leg looks quite flexible and soft. Vroom vroom!