Scalloped-Edged Shoes ID Guide

Scalloped-edged pumps came exclusively with second year adult female dolls and fashions.
They came in three styles: metallic, translucent and opaque, the latter being the most common and difficult to ID. On top of that, there are also thin edged shoes with wider heels (turn them upside down to see the heels difference) or thick edged shoes with skinnier heels. Like the sandals and straight-edged shoes, it's not enough to know the different colours; there are also different variations of thickness having to do with the H numbers printed on the boxes of the fashions and dolls. Since the scalloped-edged shoes were for the second year only, there are no year-related differences among them, and the thickness differences seem to correspond only to different fashions, not variations within the same fashion. 

Metallic
There are three different shades of metallic scalloped-edged shoes. They were exclusive to the Glitter 'n Gold line. 
Silver
Only came with
Pale Gold
Only came with
Yellow Gold
Came with

Translucent
Only two dolls got this style of shoe. Had the line continued in 1988, there probably would have been more of them made available; they are shown in the 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Hasbro catalogue.
Orange
Only came with
Pink
Only came with

Opaque
Try not to get lost in the pinks! There are minute colour differences between each shade though maybe not readily apparent from the photos. Luckily, the thickness of shoes can vary as well, so be sure to check for that, as well as colour to match your shoes properly. 

Navy Blue
Only came with

Green
Only came with
Yellow. I have only seen with thin sides. Note that they are not fluorescent (see below).
Only came with
Fluorescent Yellow
Came with
Fluorescent Orange
Only came with


Pink (Dark)
And so the bane of many collectors, the pink scalloped-edged shoes. Unfortunately, it's not very easy at all to identify these unless you have several shades that you can compare with. Nevertheless, I shall attempt it. To the left/below 6 are that are easiest (relatively speaking) to ID, as they are fairly distinct from each other in person, if not online.
Generally going from darkest to lightest.
  • She Makes an Impression: The easiest of these to ID, it is the most purple of all the hot pink shoes. Thin sides.
  • Clash: Thick sides, bluish tone. Very similar to the shoes from There's a Melody Playin'- Melody being a tad "brighter" looking, slightly more pink.
  • There's a Melody Playin': Thick sides. 
  • Rock & Curl Jem /Second Edition Aja: Thin sides, fluorescent pink. Very deep, intense colour.
  • Gold Rush: Thick sides, fluorescent pink. (these came with my personal fashion, Annessa's NRFB one came with thin sided shoes, possibly in another shade) Imagine RC Jem's shoes with a little bit of baby blue mixed in. Slightly cooler toned and lighter.
  • Second Edition Kimber/Fire & Ice: Are also fairly easy to ID on their own, they are melon shaded (hot pinky/orange)
Pink (Dark/Fluorescent) (Another comparison according to one Jem fan)
  • Second Edition Aja: Thin sides, fluorescent pink. Very deep, intense colour.
  • Putting It All Together: Aja 2 and R&C shoes are very bright flourescent pink, the PIAT shoes are verging on pastel, they have a definite flourescent pink in them, but its tempered with a healthy dose of blue tones, they are close to being pastel, they blend perfectly with the tights- they are far more obvious in person - the pic doesnt do the difference justice.
  • Rock n' Curl Jem: Thin sides, fluorescent pink. Very deep, intense colour. 
Magenta, easily the darkest of the pinks; have thin edges.
Only came with
Dark Pink #1
Only came with
Dark Pink (fuchsia) #2
Only came with
Dark Pink #3 (can be thin, or thick edged) As this is one of the most popular dolls, if you have a pair of dark pink scalloped-edged shoes you need to ID, start with her.
Came with
Fluorescent pink #1 I have seen this fashion with both thin and thick-sided shoes, my personal NRFB fashion came with thick-sided shoes.
Melon Pink Among the easiest pinks to ID.
Came with
Fluorescent pink #2
Came with
Fluorescent pink #3
Came with
Dark Pink #4 Fairly easy to distinguish from the other dark pinks.
Only came with
Purple
Only came with
Black
Only came with
Credits: Thanks to Nancy Cerelli for photos of Puttin' it all Together shoes.