Accessories

If you want any of the items below, please email me, or use the contact form on this website, and don’t forget to send me your mailing address if I don’t already have it (so we can calculate tax and shipping for your area).

All sale items are Final Sale, and are sold As-Is – no returns or exchanges or trade-ins of any kind, no exceptions! 

Taxes and shipping & handling will be added to all prices.

Ballet Flats (Hand-Painted)

PRICE: $65 + tax and shipping (regularly $195)

(I can’t guarantee shoes will fit to your liking — shoe fit is just too personal.)

These are glove-soft, barefoot-feeling moccasin-style ballet flats.  Each pair was individually cut, sewn, and hand-painted using professional-grade leather specialty paint by Kitty. 

They have sturdy, cushioned outdoor soling and are finished with a weather-resistant topcoat to make the paint job last.  They also have vegetable-tanned leather counters (stiffeners for the back heel so it doesn’t collapse).

If you prefer lots of structure or rigid support in your shoes, you’ll hate these.  But if you prefer to go barefoot whenever possible and don’t like wearing shoes at all, you’ll probably love them.

I’ve added lacings to some of these, which really help secure the shoe to the foot, preventing slippage — and also makes the fit more adjustable; lacings can be added to any of the shoes that don’t already have them.  If you have very sensitive skin, you may feel the lacings (I don’t, but doesn’t mean you won’t), in which case you’d need socks or add an underlap.

Measuring Your Feet

If you trace your foot as shown in the photos, you can measure your own foot length.  I’ve given so-called “standard” industry sizes, but in my experience, if you go by these, you’re taking pot luck — they vary too much from style to style!  I recommend measuring whenever possible.

Width Adjustments

You can make moccasin-style shoes narrower by adding insoles, even multiple layers or thick gel soles if you wish (which also adds cushioning).  It’s unlikely you’ll need them to be wider unless your feet are REALLY wide, as I cut the leather with the stretch going across the foot. 

Sizing 

For this style, the sole length should be anywhere between zero to 3/4 inch longer than your foot, depending on how much toe space you like.  If in doubt, choose a smaller size, though you can snug up the fit by adding insoles. These shoes have stretch!

Availability

(Lacings can be added to any of these, but not removed.)

For the blue-based galaxy finish, I have the following :

  • So-called size 5: sole length 9 1/8 inches.  Has lacings already.
  • So-called size 7: (SOLD) sole length 9 5/8 inches.  Has lacings already.
  • So-called size 9: (SOLD) sole length 10 1/4 inches
  • So-called size 10: sole length 10 1/2 inches
  • So-called size 11: sole length 10 3/4 inches

I have one pair left of the brown with clockworks.  It’s a so-called size 5 (sole length 9 1/8 inches).  Now, this one is definitely a bit too short and small on me, but I could squeeze into it without too much discomfort due to the stretch of the leather — keeping in mind that I’m between 7 and 8 in length, and often need to buy size 10 in shops because I hate having my toes squeezed.  This tells you how flexible the fit on these shoes can be.

Jabots

PRICE: $9 (plus tax and shipping, regular price $18-28)

Jabots, or detachable neck ruffles, are a way to instantly transform your regular button-down shirt or blouse — or to punch up a pirate or poet shirt.

You just slip the ties under the collar and tie at the back, and voila!  A Victorian, Regency, or Steampunk-inspired outfit. 

Jabots are perfect companion pieces to Edmund and Bennett vests, tailcoats, pirate coats, and pirate shirts.  If you’re trying to create a formal Period ensemble, a jabot is a must-have!  You can collect a whole wardrobe of them to accent different shirts, vests and jackets.

NOTE: Each one of these is individually hand-made and custom-pleated, meaning no two are alike.  Different items made from the same material may have quite different shapes, tie bands, number of tiers, pleating pattern, etc..  Exact fabrics and laces may not match the ones in the photo. 

Lace-up Boots (Hand-Painted)

PRICE: $75 + tax and shipping (regularly $395)

(I can’t guarantee shoes will fit to your liking, as shoe fit is highly personal.)

This is a pair of soft, barefoot-feeling lace-up moccasin boots that are entirely made from scratch and hand-painted by Kitty.  This was one of the original prototypes for this style, and entirely one-of-a-kind.

If you prefer lots of structure or rigid support in your shoes, you’ll hate these.  But if you prefer to go barefoot whenever possible and don’t like wearing shoes at all, you’ll probably love them.

These boots have counters (stiffeners for the back heel, so you don’t end up treading on them) and sturdy cushioned outdoor soles.  I’ve worn this style during 12-hour events standing on concrete floors, and on cross-country hikes over rough terrain.  They’re proper, comfy outdoor shoes!

The paint is professional-quality specialty leather paint which stretches with the leather and won’t crack or peel off.  I finished these with a weather-resistant top-coat. The paint finish holds up quite well, in my experience.

Sizing 

These boots measure about 9 5/8 inches at the longest point of the soles (refer to photo).  For this style, the sole length should be anywhere between zero to 3/4 inch longer than your foot, depending on how much toe space you like.  This one is actually 1/4 inch *shorter* than my foot, but it still feels quite comfortable to me (and I LOATHE tight shoes). 

Moccasin-style shoes mean the fit is more forgiving, as the leather is soft and a bit stretchy.  The lacings go down a fair ways over the foot, making them quite adjustable.

Measuring Your Feet

If you trace your foot as shown in the photos, you can measure your own foot length. 

Width Adjustments

The width of moccasin-style boots can be made narrower by adding insoles, even multiple layers or thick gel soles if you wish (which also adds cushioning).  It’s unlikely you’ll need them to be wider unless your feet are extremely wide, as I cut the leather with the stretch going across the foot. 

Pastry Boots

PRICE: $75 (+ tax and shipping, regularly $235-365). 

Pastry boots are ankle-length, soft, barefoot-feeling moccasin boots that are entirely hand-cut, hand-punched, and hand-sewn with a needle and thread by Kitty’s own two paws.  They are still in the testing phase, and these are prototypes.

If you prefer lots of structure or rigid support in your shoes, these are NOT for you.  They are, however, perfect if you prefer to go barefoot whenever possible and basically don’t like wearing shoes at all! 

These boots have counters (stiffeners for the back heel) and sturdy cushioned outdoor soles, so are actually more structured than many commercial moccasin boots!  I’ve worn this style over ten-mile hikes climbing over rocky terrain, and I wear them for two-hour walks several times a week.  They’re proper outdoor footwear.

The paint is professional-quality specialty leather paint which stretches with the leather and won’t crack or peel off.  I finished these with a weather-resistant top-coat.  I’ve got painted shoes that are years old which are still holding up pretty darn well.

Sizing

If you trace your foot as shown in the photos, you can measure your own foot length.  Moccasin-style shoes are a bit different in sizing from rigid shoes, and the fit is more forgiving, as the leather is soft and a bit stretchy. 

Fitting Moccasin Styles

The sole length should be anywhere between 1 inch to 1/4 inch longer than your foot, depending on how much toe space you like (I like about 1/2 inch, but that’s just me). 

Width Adjustments

The width can be made narrower by adding insoles, multiple layers or thick gel soles if you wish (which also adds cushioning).  It’s unlikely you’ll need them to be wider unless your feet are extremely wide, as I cut the leather with the stretch going across the foot. 

  • Ravenclaw boots: one pair measures 10 3/4 inches in length, and the other pair about 10 1/8 inches in length at the longest point of the sole. 
  • Slytherin boots: measures about 10 1/4 inches in length
  • Gryffindor boots: measures about 10 1/2 inches in length
  • Hufflepuff boots: SOLD at a previous event
  • Joker boots: measures about 10 1/8 inches in length
  • Plain brown boots: measures about 10 1/4 inches in length
  • Brown boots with clockworks: measures about 10 1/4 inches in length
  • Plain grey boots: measures about 10 inches in length