Unfortunately, women's shoes were covered by their long dresses, and it would have been inappropriate for a woman to reveal her feet and ankles in public, so it is hard to say what those looked like. However, historians believe that women and men alike would have worn flat, low-cut slippers. Noble women often had shoes made of silk and thin leather.
I hope you enjoyed my blog about women's fashion in the Tudor Dynasty! If anyone has any pictures of their favorite Tudor dresses, please share them!