Lucille Women's Edwardian Oxfords (Black/Black)


9 reviews
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It's hard to go wrong with leather and velveteen, and the Lucille oxfords pair the two perfectly. Made on our best-selling and most beloved Edwardian oxford last and heel, the Lucille Edwardian Oxfords are perfect for the turn of the 20th century all the way through the mid-1920s, but try them with modern attire and aesthetics as well, such as Cottagecore, Lolita, and Gothic outfits.

Materials & Sizing

  • Calf leather and velveteen upper
  • Adjustable satin ribbon lace-up closure
  • Leather lining
  • Leather soling with double layer welt
  • 2 inches / 5.08 cm custom made French heels
  • "B" width (average)
  • Runs true to size


Size Trends Runs true to size for most customers.
Width Regular (B) width 
Size Chart
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Color Black/Black
Upper 100% Calf Leather and Velveteen Textile
Lining Pigskin leather
Sole Leather
Heel Leather Covered
Heel Height 2 inch / 5 cm
Footbed Lightly Padded
Closure Laces
Design Designed in Reno, Nevada, USA
Materials China
Assembly China

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Stephanie Collins
Beautiful Shoes

I am so in love with these shoes and the other shoes I have ordered so far!! She definitely fit true to size!

Danielle Herle
Spectacular, showstopping, incredible

These shoes are now some of my favorites. They fit perfectly and they're incredibly comfortable. Coming from American Duchess, this comes as no surprise. They're gorgeous and I plan on wearing them to Pride.


Sale price was still a splurge, but a chance to own excellent leather shoes. I purchased a size 12, chancing that my usual size 11 might be too snug in the narrow toe box. Glad I did. Excellent fit and comfort, right out of the box. Wore them right away, walking city streets on the way to an opera performance. I had given up heels, opting for chunky platform styles for even dress occasions. But these add a lovely touch of elegance as well as stylish comport. I love this Edwardian heel. No uncomfortable teetering; a very secure step. The historic design elevates my funky, colorful wardrobe, but would work styling a cos-playing witch. Favorite shoe purchase of the year from someone constantly chasing comfort in new styles.

The Femme Fatale
Love + 1/2 ♥️

I ordered Lucille in my standard size 7.5 to wear to 50th annual Dickens on the Strand. I added a cushion insert, and wore them around the house for 2 evenings to ‘break them in’ a bit before the event.
Yes, they are beautiful with an accent of luxurious velvet. However, within 2 hours my toes were quite sore. Most likely due to the tapered toe box. Perhaps if I had ordered 1/2 size larger? (As it is my personal experience with French designer shoes, and the sizing modification yields a proper fit.)
Next time, I will place an order for 2 pairs (1 in my size, and 1 a 1/2 size larger), and immediately return the one that does not fit. It is after all the risk when shopping online.
I do recommend the shoe, but be mindful of that toe box.

Your fellow fashionista,
The Femme Fatale of Texas

Gorgeous and comfortable

I have to start off by saying I am SO SAD the navy/white color is being discontinued! I've been saving up for them, specifically, for a while, and just bought them on sale. They are stunning--the white is white not ivory (yes, I spray stain-proofed them immediately!) and really pops against the dark navy blue. The contrast of textures is nice, too. So gorgeous with chocolate brown, burgundy, gray, or dark green outfits--and with blue jeans! The toes are pretty pointy, so for people who are unused to that or who are unused to breaking in real leather shoes, I would highly recommend sizing up 1/2 size. If that's not an option for you, just remember that real leather stretches with wear, and they will fit your feet (like a glove seems the wrong metaphor here...) with a bit of use. I also suspect folks with wide feet will want shoe stretchers for these, but I have pretty narrow feet and can't speak to that. The heels are way more comfortable than I expected--I like heels but have to be careful due to genetically bad knees. These are truly "well-balanced" as advertised. Definitely would recommend. Wish I could afford another pair!