1. Dorothy’s Red Shoes in The Wizard of Oz
The 1939 Wizard of Oz film presented a pair of magical slippers known as the ruby red shoes worn by Judy Garland who played the role of Dorothy. Originally created in silver color, the shoes were changed to red as part of the technicolor technology experiment.
2. Beatrix Kiddo’s Sneakers in Kill Bill
The bride takes her revenge with a very comfortable pair of yellow sneakers to complement her killer outfit.
3. Mary Jane Shoes in Alice in Wonderland
During 1920’s, Mary Jane shoes were very popular and it was when Jessie Willcos Smith sketched Alice surrounded by the characters of Wonderland with her iconic pair of Mary Jane.
4. Claire Standish’ High Brown Boots in The Breakfast Club
Molly Ringwald who played Claire Standish in this movie is a boho princess with her brown leather boots.
5. Carrie Bradshaw’s Blue Manolo Blahnik Shoes in Sex and the City: The Movie
Carrie, played by Jessica Sarah Parker, has tons of fabulous shoes in her closet, but nothing beats the blue Manolo Blahnik shoes that her fiance used to propose.
6. Glass Shoes in Cinderella
Because of the glass shoes, Cinderella was able to make it to the ball, she was able to dance with the prince, and she eventually became the princess.
7. Jo Stockton’s Black Loafers in Funny Face
Funny Face is one of the greatest films Audrey Hepburn starred and her loafers certainly caught the attention of the fashion savvy around the globe for many decades now.
8. Vivian Ward’s Thigh High Boots in Pretty Woman
Julia Roberts showed how to wear PVC over-the-knee boots with class in the movie Pretty Woman.
9. Jodie Foster’s Red Wedges in Taxi Driver
Jodie Foster or Iris Steensma in the psychological thriller Taxi Driver gives a new meaning to wedges since 1976.
Let your shoes carry you to a new adventure today.