4 Stylish Shoes for a Women’s Alice in Wonderland Costume

Made famous by Lewis Carroll’s novel and a series of film adaptions, Alice in Wonderland is an easy character to dress up as for Halloween.

A slew of interpretations on Alice’s flouncy blue dress and white apron are available for purchase online — and if you already own a similar dress, the costume can easily be pieced together from your closet. But what shoes to wear with the look?

In the 1951 Disney film, Alice sports a pair of black Mary Janes with white ankle socks underneath. But for a whimsical interpretation on her outfit, other shoe styles might well do the trick. Below, we’ve rounded up four styles to help you nail the Alice in Wonderland costume this Halloween.

Free People Veronica

For a look similar to the one Alice sported in the classic Disney film, these flats are a perfect choice. Featuring a rounded toe and adjustable buckled strap, they’ll help you nail the classic look in style.

Sam Edelman Felicia

Black ballet flats feel more grown-up — and more wearable outside the context of Halloween — than Mary Janes, yet they’re similar enough to Alice’s to feel true to the movie. If you don’t already have a pair, consider this classic Sam Edelman style, which features a bow accent at the toe and the brand’s name embroidered at the heel.

Aldo Nicholes

These black ankle-strap pumps work just as well for Halloween as they do for a lap around the office. Retailing for $80, the shoes feature a faux suede upper with a sultry 4.25-inch heel.

Schutz Cendi

For a modern twist on Alice’s look, consider a pair of PVC pumps. This trendy take from Schutz features a 4-inch stiletto heel and a pointed toe.

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