A pair of honey-suckled beaded moccasin shoes has been left here.
The warm hue of milky caramel, these moccasin shoes have been stitched together from thin swaths of supple deerskin, their surfaces brushed to an exquisitely soft, bristled texture. Intricately beaded with capricious whorls and concentric circles across the toes and about the mouth of the footwear, efflorescing vines of wild honeysuckle flourish in jonquil and sunlight-hued threads, extending their invasive, curling tendrils as far as the heels of the piece. Thick cords of creamy white lace through the material across the front of the shoes, securing the footwear when worn. As a final touch, the soles of the piece have been thoughtfully composed of several layers of deerskin, intended to protect the feet from errant thorns or jagged stones.