Movies Most Iconic Shoes.

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My last blog post looked at some of my favourite outfits from movies, this time we are looking purely at shoes. Whilst a pair of shoes can complete an outfit, they can also steal the show. Here are just some of the shoes from movies I haven’t managed to get out of my head for years.

 

  1. Marie Antoinette Manolo Blahnik Shoes

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Blahnik, a Marie Antoinette fan himself, was asked by the director, Sophia Coppola to design the queens shoes for the movie. Initially, he didn’t realised how much attention was going to be given to his shoes but with they certainly stole the show.

 

2.  The Classic Glass Slipper.

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The shoe adored by most children and probably many adults, Cinderella’s glass shoes from the Ball may be highly impractical but there has not been a shoe like it since. The 2015 remake of Cinderella did not disappoint either, they managed to capture the magic of the shoes in real life.

 

3.  Dorothy’s Red Slipper in ‘The Wizard of Oz’. 

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These red glittery shoes from The Wizard of Oz are probably the shoes that springs to most peoples mind due to their significance in the story and their eye catching design.

 

4. Baby’s White Sneakers in Dirty Dancing. 

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Highly underrated in my opinion, simple but effective.

 

 

5. Andy Sachs’ Chanel Leather Boots in The Devil Wears Prada. 

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One of my favourite movies filled with a brilliant ‘glow up’ montage and some fabulous shoes. These boots are just one pair but probably most note-worthy in my opinion.

 

Eleanor x

Published by eleanorelizabeth99

Hey! For me this blog is a creative outlet whilst I am studying at university. I write about university mishaps, fashion, lifestyle etc. At 20, I can't promise great life advice, however maybe you could grasp what not to do.

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