We are closing out the Betsy and the Sally their nice shoes but time to make something different when they’re gone there gone.
MULES come down the ages and took hold during the 17th to 19th century. It is simple, comfy and beautiful footwear. Easy to slip on and with a leather sole so it can go from the bedroom to outside. The leather backed tapestry fabric will change from time to time as it gets used up, but we always choose a new pattern with heirloom design in mind.
It has a medium heel and an open back. There is decorative trim over the arch.
Full and half sizes 5-12 and wide width of C.
You are in good company with Mules, from Empress Josephine of France to Madam Boucher. The Pantables, as Mules were called in the 17th Century were used in the boudoir as it made it easier to slip off the foot when the “right moment arrived”.