[Black & Grey]
In the late 1870's shortly after the Gold Rush, teenage prostitute Mollie Johnson arrived in Deadwood. Known as "the Queen of the Blonds," Mollie became the madam to a gaggle of "painted ladies" (one of whom was Ida Clark). In 1878, Mollie got married for the second time in her life to minstrel and comedian Lew Spencer, who was arrested shortly afterwards for shooting his other wife. Legend has it that Mollie disappeared not too soon after with a bag of stolen gold. Using soft, dusty Italian leathers with teardrop cut-out detailing, on a 2.5" Fellowship-hi heel and tunite Bellevue sole, this lace-up Mary Jane is surely looking out for you. Keep pushing west and beyond your imagination.
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Sean C. from our New York store says:
Ladies with delicate sensabilities wear this shoe because the laces allow any foot shape to fit perfectly in the Mollie Johnson.
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Posted by Adin from Kamloops:
I got these several years ago, when I was first delving into dressing nicely (and with vintage flavour!). Bought them in the black/grey combo, and have enjoyed them ever since. I now own 6 pairs of Fluevogs, and love every one of them; but these are the only neutral-coloured Fluevogs I own, and my go-to when I'm in doubt as to which pair to wear. Plus, they go so nicely with my 20s, 30s and 40s dresses without completely hogging the spotlight! A quintessential Fluevog.