A rare original pair of clear plastic cased Yellow coloured ankle boots with clear moulded plastic heels, each with an impressed Mary Quant 'Daisy' motif capable of creating a trail of daisy footprints in wet sand.
This design was introduced in 1967 and is typical of the innovative use of new materials in the cutting edge British fashions of the 1960s.
For a similar pair in this style please view the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) and also a pair in this colour in the collection of the Museum of London.
We bought these boots in 1976 as part of a large clearance of 1960s clothing from an S&U Stores depot in Wednesbury (outside Birmingham).
Condition: Unused, no damages or losses, but displaying some minor signs of aging such as the brown internal mark at the back of the right foot.
Size: 5 (UK). For two additional pairs in red and 'plum' please view items #0100 and #0125 on our Liverpool Shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk