If I was really, really rich, I would have custom made shoes based on historical examples.
Shoes, 1893, American, Boston Museum of Fine Arts
I love the openwork, and the little scrolls! The rosettes are a little much maybe.
Shoes, 1895, L. Perchellet France, Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Evening slippers, 1860-70, British, Metropolitan Museum of Art
White kid shoes, early 20th century, Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Slippers, about 1800, John Staton, England, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Ah! So sweet! The line work!
Buckle shoes, about 1770, Mehetable Stoddard (Hyslop), Boston, Museum of FIne Arts Boston
Clearly, I have a thing for green shoes.
Finally, I definitely want these:
Tie shoes, early 18th century, France, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
OMG! OMG! OMG! Looooove!