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The Ultimate SHOES Vocabulary

enérie Fashion & Lifestyle the ultimate shoes fashion vocabulary (part i) -pump _platform pump with thick soles at least 4 inches in height defines any elegant woman shoe with a heel _cone _mary jane thick heel shaped as a icecream cone. closed, low-cut shoe with one or more straps across the instep -peep toe _t-strap the tip is cut away to leave the large toe partially exposed shoes which have a strap running vertically up the foot, towards the ankle of the wearer _open toe d'orsay the tip is cut away to leave the toes exposed the vamp and the sides of the shoe are cut away, revealing the arch of the foot and partially the toes _stiletto wedge a tall, slim heel with minimum height of 2 inches occupies the entire space under the arch and heel portions of the foot. _slingback _scarpin backless and with a strap that crosses behind the heel or ankle classic light shoe with a thin heel _kitten _ankle strap short, slender heel, usually from 3.5 cm to 4.75 cm high with a slight curve has a strap that completely encircles the ankle _chunky _ruby slipper a thick heel with a rectangular parallelepiped shape worn by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz; Cinderella's cristal shoes have the same shape _spool _lobster claw with a heel wide at the top and bottom and narrower in the middle created by Alexander McQueen for SS2010, has the shape of a lobster claw Fractall LAB

The Ultimate SHOES Vocabulary

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A fashion terms vocabulary about women shoes: from the Mary Jane to the Lobster Claw, find out their meanings! Brought to you by Fractals




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