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A guide to Shoes and How to wear them

A GUIDE TO SHOES & HOW TO WEAR THEM MENS BROGUES COWBOY BOOTS The Brogue shoes have been developed from a traditional shoe design originating in Scotland and Cowboy boots are historically worn by cowboys and thus the name derived. In course they served Ireland where tanned híde with perforations were more utilitarlan as riding boots. They are generally used to make the shoes so that the water can drain made of cow hide leather but often other exotic out while crossing wet terralns. The brogues can hides such as skin of snake, izard, alligator, elephant, buffalo, stingray, ostrich, elk and others are also used in the making of such boots. be'commonly referred as low heeled boots that combine multiple-plece, sturdy leather uppers with decorative perforations In the design. During earler times they were considered as casual footwear but now they are appropriate in most contexts such as, business shoes, sneakers and even as high-heeled women's shoes. BOAT SHOES Boat shoes are commonly known as deck shoes or topsiders and were treated to be worn on boats and designed to offer grip on the wet deck. They are typically made of canvas or leather with non-marking rubber soles. The stitching is highly ANKLE WILLIES durable and they are traditionally worn without The Willies or Wellington boots are the boots made of Hesslan leather. They gathered popularity socks. after Arthur Wellesley: 1st Duke of Wellington. They are basically the rubber boots or gumboots and in referred by several other names. The ankle Wellieses are the boots that range up to the ankles and cover that part of the foot. They also come In waterproof varlation like their popular counter- parts. WINTER BOOTS Winter boots or snow boots were designed to keep the feet warm and dry during wet and cold weather. The Inuit and Aleut natives of Alaska developed traditional winter boots made of seal- skin or caribou skin. Those shoes also featured touches of seal intestine, dog hair and wolverine fur as decorative measures. JELLY SHOES Jelly shoes are the shoes generally made of PVc plastic having a jelly like sheen with the use of glit- ter infused with the base material. The origin of these shoes is still not very clear but it is assumed that they were created by the French shoemakers after Second World War or during late 1950s or early 1960s.he shoes galned Immense popularity during the decades of 80s and 90s. STUDDED SHOES The studded or spiked shoes started to emerge during the 19th century. These kinds of shoes are mainly useful as sports shoes. They have studs or cleats bulging out of the sole or attached as éx- ternal objects. Generally soccer shoes come with studs but now they are also representing a bold style statement. RIDING BOOTS It can be said that the history of boots began with the necessity to wear appropriate footwear during horse riding. The riding boots thus have a purpose of military campaigning and defending borders along with It. They are also the tough contenders In the world of footwear decked with sophistlcation and elegance. CREEPERS SHOES creepers shoes otherwise known as brothel creep- ers are a kind of footwear that emerged in the years following Second World War. These shoes had suede uppers and thick crepe soles and were used by the soldiers living in the North Afrlcan deserts use to wear this to protect their feet in the difficult weather and environmental conditions. Later on, the ex soldiers after leaving army started frequenting the night spots in London wearing the same creepers and thus the other name brothel creepers emerged. PLATFORM SHOES The history of platform shoes dates back to centu- ries ago. In Japan, the geta or the wooden sandals can be referred as the ancestor to the platform shoes but Europe also has commendable claims on the origin of the footwear. The advantage of high heeled shoes with platform fronts is that they just COURT SHOES don't make a woman look uber tall but at the same time prevent her from feeling unbalanced by taking Court Shoes are the shoes with a low-cut front. down the overall height from heel to toe. These shoes generally come without straps and sometimes have a fastening for the ankle. They are usually worn-by women but In few particular formal occasions are worn by men. They are often referred'as opera slippers or patent pumps. The most common and popular forms of these footwear are ballerina pumps that comes with low, medium or high heels. MR. SHOES

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