I love brightly-colored vintage pumps. I really love dead stock vintage pumps. And I really, really love brightly-colored, dead stock vintage pumps in my size. Case in point, my newest acquisition. A lovely pair of vintage electric blue pumps in like new condition.
Vintage, dead stock pumps by Proxy. Electric blue leather. Knotted bow detail on heel. Made in Spain. Purchased on etsy for $32.
And here they are on my feet. Don’t they look smashing with my white-on-white tuxedo striped pants?
During my search for these bad babies, I passed on quite a number of awesome, brightly-colored vintage pumps. Below are the some of the shoes I rejected, not because I didn’t like them, rather I’m trying to exercise restraint when it comes to shopping. My loss is your gain, so get pumped.
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Vintage 1980s purple pumps from RaleighVintage on etsy. $18.
Vintage 1980s yellow snakeskin heels from kokorokoko on etsy. $44.
Vintage red stilletos from amberpear on etsy. $40.
Vintage 1980s Neiman Marcus hot pink leather pumps from amymcleod on etsy. $34.
Vintage royal blue leather heels from pickypickins on etsy. Made in Spain. $34.
Vintage yellow peep toe heels from maisondec on etsy. $26.50.
Raspberry satin pleated pumps from magiebelle on etsy. $30.
Vintage Wild Pair electric blue leather stilettos from oraclemuse on etsy. $27.
Vintage 1980s Bandolino red hot peep toes from sweetrefrainvintage on etsy. $25.
OK, so these aren’t brightly-colored, but they are exactly like my blue ones! Vintage 1980s ivory leather pumps by Proxy, with knotted bow detail on each heel. From myvintagelook on etsy. $25.