Before the holiday season, I scored these classic black and white pumps by Selby at my local Salvation Army for just $1.
These snazzy menswear-inspired pumps are probably from the 70s or 80s. I immediately singled them out from all of the other shoes on the rack as vintage shoes, but what I love about them is that they still have a modern look.
These shoes’ classic two-toned coloring and punch out etchings give them a conservative look that’s perfect for the office, but still fun. Plus, they have a manageable two-inch heel.
The outsides of both shoes are still in great condition. The inside linings on both shoes are starting to pull away, but that won’t matter once I put them on (which I plan to do and frequently!)
Do you love vintage? Have you scored any vintage pieces lately? I’d love to hear about your finds in the comments section.
Photo by Kirsten Hudson
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Love vintage? Then check out everyday threads other fun thrift store finds:
- Discover how vintage scarves can look oh-so modern.
- Check out these ’80s suede and leather ankle boots from an antique store.
- It’s not all about vintage. Sometimes you can find great contemporary clothing at thrift stores too, like these Armani Exchange pants.