Last week Dole let the white shoe drop and her campaign ran the now infamous “Godless” ad.
Before he retired recently from the white shoe law firm Milbank Tweed, Blattmachr counted many rich folks among his clients.
Down came the other white shoe on the carpet with no more noise than a rose-petal falling.
A shadow fell across the path; across the bride's white shoe.
From the tip of her white shoe to the tip of her hat she was the futile and exquisite essence of Gotham.
There must be money enough up attic in that white shoe to change a five and probably a ten.
"I'm surprised you did not stay longer in New York," Sylvia observed, gazing reflectively at her white shoe.
Change in last scene to tight-fitting black suit, ruffled collar and cravat, white shoe guards, black square-crowned hat.
(also white-shoe) Having the attitudes, appearance, etc, of the Ivy League: Do I look white shoe?/ a Harvard-educated bluestocking who practiced white-shoe corporate law
A typical Ivy League student
[1980s+; fr the white buckskin shoes that were part of that student's dress]