Red shoes, ruby slippers

ruby slippersImage credit: Hollywood Reporter

A pair of ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland, who played Dorothy in the 1939 film Wizard of Oz, is to be sold at auction in December.  Described as “one of the greatest pieces of pop culture in existence” - and who doesn’t remember Judy clicking these heels together to get back to Kansas? - they have a pre-auction estimate of between $2 and $3 million.

Fortunately, vintage footwear from the Frockery comes at a much more affordable price! And despite, or perhaps even because of, the age old “red shoes, no knickers” adage, which apparently connotes a degree of raciness or flashiness on the part of their wearer, we just adore red shoes.

These 70s vintage strappy red shoes have eminently clickable heels!

70s vintage red strappy shoes

While these 80s lipstick red leather court shoes from Bally are sure to turn heads in the Railway Arms.

80s bally red shoes

This cute pair of 70s vintage red slingbacks have just arrived and will shortly be listed in the catalogue.

70s vintage red shoes

To get back to the Frockery shoe department, just click these heels!