The development of Women’s shoes as a milestone

Many people think women and shoes – a never-ending story. Which is not so, because the women wear shoes, also and above all in the public domain, is relatively new in the history of mankind. In the middle Ages it was believed in this country, a woman should simply wear no shoes so that she could not run her husband. This reads something to smile about, but gets another dimension when you consider that motivations at the time were the exception, women had no rights whatsoever except for the comprehensive to serve her husband. It’s something that happened she had no legal protection, running away was the only option.

At the foot of the woman, to think about in the Middle East, is to see whether she was docile and soft and can give birth to children. It was for example is by no means unusual in India that a bride was rejected due to her feet. Therefore, probably Comes the tradition maintained to this day, to put the feet with elaborate henna paintings in scene.

Women’s shoes are more than just an accessory

Is probably aware of the few shoe lovers, what giant leap in freedom and self-determination it meant, when women were allowed to wear shoes in its sole discretion and without special permission by the local Council. In some areas, this happened only at the beginning of the 20th century! Possibly this is however present at the subconscious level and participates on the intense connection, women shoes, on the feeling, one can never have enough.

In their many colors and shapes, they flatter the exterior and express the personality of the wearer, as she goes through life. A piece of freedom in movement and expression, are more than just a piece of women’s clothing shoes. Until she set up shoe fashion unique woman, whose expression is all fashion targets and makes the Lady.



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