Rude Girl Ankle Boot - Two Tone
Continuing our 60's theme, we found a classic Mod style ankle boot. Whilst the two tone boots were around in the 60's they were revived in the late 70's with the introduction of SKA synonymous with British bands like Madness and The Specials and later in the USA, bands like Catch22. The SKA music itself was around in the 50's with the likes of Desmond Deckker, Prince Buster. A term for girls who followed the music and fashion would be known as "A rude girl" named after the Jamaican street gangsters of the 1960s that were known for their eloquent sense of style. Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders sported the two tone fashion at the height of her career.
These shoes are two tone we suggest buying the Cream and black as these are certainly eye catching we also offer an all black version, still "nifty". Chunky back heel, heel height is 2.4inches. PU uppers and man made sole. Elastic sided for easy pull on and pull off.