The shoeshine boy and his outfit

You can book the shoe shiner in a wide variety of costumes.

The costumes of the shoeshine boy are elaborately and authentically made,
in the style of the 20s - 50s.

If you don't like the offered costumes, please contact us, we can procure any desired outfit for an extra charge.

Of course, you can choose from the costumes we offer free of charge.

Street Worker Shoe Shine

Many shoe shiners of the 20s - 50s did their work in this outfit.

In many cases, the balloon cap served as sun and sight protection so that the shoeshine boy was not blinded by the sun while working.

The shoe shiners' outer garments were mostly made of sturdy cotton (white - beige) with long sleeves.

The trousers were wide-cut for freedom of movement and made of robust tweed-wool fabric that did not take dirt too badly.

To prevent the comfortable tweed-wool trousers from slipping, the shoeshine boy used braces.

And finally, of course, the shoes must not be missing, made of reddish-brown genuine leather to match the work clothes.

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Knickerbocker Look Shoe Shine

Many shoe shiners of the 20s - 50s did their work at sporting or upscale social occasions.

In many cases, the slider cap served as sun and sight protection so that the shoeshine boy was not blinded by the sun while working.

The shoe shiners' outer garments usually consisted of a long-sleeved shirt that matched the colour of the knickerbockers.

The trousers were sporty - casual - elegant, depending on the occasion.

Knickerbockers were worn with braces and long knee socks during this period.

And last but not least, shoes were a must, of course, made of real leather in black or brown to match the knickerbockers.

Butler Look Shoeshine

Here is a special version of the shoeshine boy.

In the 20s - 50s, it was good manners for an upscale house to have a butler.

Our butler, who you can use not only for "shining shoes", is dressed in the "original" butler clothing of the time.

Black trousers and waistcoat in the style of the 20s - 50s.

Matching white shirt with patricide collar and black bow tie.

White gloves if required, of course. (not as a shoeshine boy)

Fine black leather shoes.

What are you waiting for, always at your service the gentleman / lady.

Shoeshine in Corporate Identity Look

If you would like a shoeshine boy to appear in your corporate identity look, this is no problem for us. The shoeshine boy will be happy to dress according to your ideas. There are two possibilities:

You provide us with the desired outfit in the size we require. You inform us of your desired outfit and we have this outfit made or procure it. The additional costs for this will be borne by you.