Keshi Kiama

Steppin’ Out In Style

Shoe Fair 2011 | Jeepers Savannah Saddle ShoesIn a metaverse full of sculpty shoes, one particular shoemaker has stood the test of time and for Second Life that is quite an achievement. Eponymous Trenchmouth, proprietor and cobbler of Jeepers Shoes has crafted the “Savannah” and “Clifton” Saddle shoes. So named for the strip of leather across the middle. This is a whole new Saddle shoe though folks. In exquisite colours and comfortable rubber soles. They work for dressy and casual alike.

The Clifton, a low-heeled oxford with a plain toe were popular with girls during the 1950′s. Think rock and roll with poodle skirts and you’ve got it. These shoes have a comfortable and casual appearance and can be worn by both men and women. They are in colours exclusive for the Fair; Black, Blue with brown saddle, Maroon and White.

The Savannah shoe is more like the “Spectator” of the 1920′s and 30′s, with a brogue toe-cap in a variety of colours exclusive for the Fair; Black, Bronze, Brown and Swamp.

Both of these styles are Unisex and fit in perfectly for Spring and Summer wear, whether with a comfy pair of jeans or elegant slacks.

Shoe Fair 2011 | Jeepers Clifton Saddle Shoes

S T Y L E C A R D

[top photo]

1. Mr.Poet White Shirt and Slim Scarf 2. [W&B] Boyd Dress Trousers NEUTRAL 3. [Shag] – Soldier Boy V2 – chocolate 4. Glasses: King Eyeglass – Gold 5. Savannah Shoes in Swamp

[right photo]

1. [RockShop] Gray sweater 2. Pants: [W&B] Boyd Dress Trousers NEUTRAL 3. Hair: [Shag] – Soldier Boy V2 – chocolate 4. Glasses: King Eyeglass – Gold 5. Clifton Saddle Shoes in Blue

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This entry was written by Keshi and published on May 14, 2011 at 5:41 pm. It’s filed under Blog and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Steppin’ Out In Style

  1. Where are Clifton Saddle Shoes sold?
    Thanks.

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