From Clarys Feature in suede pink leather and pearly point with a soft leather inner, as well as an suede strap. She's sure to feel comfortable in this pretty pair.
Curiosities and History
Mary Jane was a character created by Richard Felton Outcault "Father of the Sunday Comic Strip" for his comic strip Buster Brown, which was first published in 1902. She was the "sweetheart" of the title character Buster Brown and was drawn from real life, as she was also Outcault's daughter of the same name. In Outcault's own words—and his daughter's—she was the only character drawn from life in the Buster Brown strip, although "Mrs. Brown" did resemble Outcault's wife.
Classic Mary Janes for children are typically made of black leather or patent leather have one thin strap fastened with a buckle or button, a broad and rounded toebox, low heels, and thin outsoles.