The shoes have been practically finished since September, but it took me three months to trim them. I'm not a fan of the pleated ribbon frill, but it is the kind of trim that you see in all portraits and most surviving late century shoes, so I'm sticking with it. The shoes before trimming:
They are turned shoes and constructed basically the same way as my first pair.
Unfortunately I took only two pictures of the process this time.
The finished uppers.
Uppers sewn to outsole.
After that shoes were turned, the insole sewn in together with heel cover, the heel put in place and then outsole sewn to heel cover.