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Looking to add cute ankle boots to your collection? Whether you're a lover of vintage-inspired style, or a modern day maven, you'll be sure to find cute and unique ankle boots to spice up your everyday outfits! Find cute ankle boots to compliment any style or mood in a wide variety of sizes!


WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VINTAGE-INSPIRED ANKLE BOOTS? Well, that depends on what era of fashion you feel like channeling today:

  • 40’s Women’s Ankle Boots: Classic oxford ankle boots with wingtip detailing and perforated designs are perfect for capturing the 1940s era of fashion! Also, T-strap heels, peeptoe heels, espadrilles, and ankle strap heels are timeless staples of 1940s women’s fashion. Kitten heels and wedge heels for your ankle boots were all the rage during this era. 
  • 50’s Women’s Ankle Boots: Rockabilly style began influencing fashion in the 1950’s, and sassy red ankle boots have been stealing hearts ever since. This is the fashion era when slingback heels, strappy sandals, and stylish flats first made their debut! In the 50s, pointed-toe ankle boots, ankle boots with cute cutouts, women’s penny loafers, and slip-on flats all challenged the status quo in women’s fashion.
  • 60’s Women’s Ankle Boots: In the 1960’s, ankle boots with sensible kitten heels in bold hues became mainstream! Patent leather ankle boots with squared toes and block heels took over in shining shades of black, yellow, green, pink, and blue! Lace-up tennis shoes gained traction as Keds went mainstream, and naturally, patent white go-go ankle boots became the must-have footwear.  
  • 70’s Women’s Ankle Boots: Platform ankle boots, stylish mules, and clogs can be traced back to the 1970s fashion era. Ankle boots with block heels went sky-high and Birkenstock sandals joined a revolution in casual footwear. The disco era also made way for wild metallic heels, sequin ankle boots, and boho-inspired fringed detailing. 
  • 80’s Women’s Ankle Boots: Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing took classic Keds to the next level in the 1980’s, and classic black pumps took over prom night! Hightop sneakers made their big debut, and Ferris Bueller ensured their popularity. Ankle boots, knee-high boots, and thigh-high boots reached new heights during the 80’s fashion era. Strappy gladiator sandals, and preppy boat shoes also showed up during this iconic time.
  • 90’s Women’s Ankle Boots: Platform ankle boots came back in a major way during the 1990s fashion era, and slides made their way into our hearts. Flip-flops were everything, and platform Mary Janes were everywhere. Platform sneakers also took footwear to new heights in the 90’s, and the combat boot was the shoes of choice for the grunge rockers and rebels. Chunky block heels were added to nearly every style of shoe imaginable, and slip-on sneakers became a major mainstay.

Whatever era in fashion you seek to inspire, we're here to support you with cute shoes in a wide variety of sizes! 

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