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Short for “spatterdash”, spats (or “gaiters”) were originally used in the military to protect a well-polished shoe. Easier to clean a spat than achieve the required shine, it seems! Later they became an essential sartorial accessory for any dandy about town, from Al Capone to Charlie Chaplin. Rumour has it that the favoured white or pale grey colour made it easier to see your feet and therefore navigate your way home after a long night at the gentleman’s club but we couldn’t say for sure! Spats sadly fell out of fashion and became the preserve primarily of bagpipers, certain military regiments and as safety gear. However, we are all about the glamour and feel it is high time spats had a revival! Use them to customise any shoe from sandals to stilettos and draw attention to those gorgeous gams. Watch this space for some sexy spats designs coming soon to buy, or contact us for commissions!
Cast a spell in these sexy spats made for the most delicate of ankles. Made from purple crushed velvet and featuring an unusual front closure, the lacing eyelets are set into black lace and laced with narrow purple satin ribbon. Very dramatic and painfully sexy with killer heels.
Sexy and sweet all at the same time, these small sized spats look delicious with a pair of vertiginous black patent heels (we know, we have seen them as modeled by Calliope Cootch!) Lush black crushed velvet is lined in pink china silk. They are detailed with a row or white cat’s eye buttons but the detail that gets us hot and bothered is the...