In the very first episode of Season 1 of 'Outlander', Claire Randall (Fraser) returns to a special place that she and her first husband Frank had visited just the night before.
On the day that Claire re-visits this place - the standing stones of Craigh Na Dun - to look for the forget-me-not flowers that she had seen, she is wearing a pair of brown leather buckled monk strap oxford shoes.
This timeless style of shoe turns out to be a good choice -- especially as she ends up in a completely 'different' time altogether. They also serve to keep her feet well-protected while running through the muddy turf of 1700's Scotland.
These practical and stylish shoes look just as good in today's time as they did in the 1940's - or even the 1740's! They can be dressed up or down and look just as great with pants or - as Claire demonstrates - with a nice white shift dress.
(Click HERE to see the dress Claire wears on her excursion that day to Craigh Na Dun, and HERE to see how her shift dress appears after traveling through the standing stones to the 18th century.)
The shoes pictured below capture the same timeless style as those worn by Claire on her fateful trip to Craigh Na Dun. Just click on one of the photos below to see a larger image, or to get a great pair of these shoes for your very own: