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Fashion & style | Shoe vocabulary 101 | Female edition part 1

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Are you the type that calls all shoes, shoe? Or you are just the type that knows wedge and ballets? Or are you simply the type that just called them high heels?

Hello my Apples, let’s talk about shoes.There are different types of shoe and we are going to learn about 80% of them because I believe new designs and styles are created everyday.My Apples shall we begin?Names of shoes

  • FLATS

Oh you remembered that ballet flats I mentioned up there? Yes, that is exactly what I’m talking about now. Just as the name sounds, it’s just flat. Very comfortable and I must say it’s very comfortable to wear anywhere except to the beach, your wedding ( if you don’t have any genuine excuse to wear) and some important outing.Flats can cinema in different shapes and designs like ballet flats,

female loafers,

Toe flats

and it can come with or without a strap.

  • PUMP

A court shoe (British English), coort shoe (Scottish English), or pump (American English), is a shoe with a low-cut front, or vamp, and without a fastening.

A pump is a high heel shoe where the front of your toes are covered. There are round toe pump

or square toe pumps.

The reason they are called pumps is because they are closed toe shoes.Pumps may have an ankle strap.

  • STILETTO

A stiletto heel is a long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes. Stiletto is also a type of pump. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930s. …

Stiletto-style heels 5 cm (2.0 in) or shorter are calledkitten heels.

  • PLATFORM

Platform shoes are shoes,

boots,

heel boot

sandals

or sneakers

with an obvious thick sole, usually in the range of 3–10 cm (1–4 in). Platform shoes may also be high heels, in which case the heel is raised significantly higher than the ball of the foot.The sole of a platform shoe can have a continuous uniform thickness, have a wedge, a separate block or a stiletto heel.

  • CONE

Cone Heel is the ice cream cone of a heel that scoops you up onto your toes. Triangular in shape, the heel starts wide at the sole and tapers narrower, sometimes to a point. They are wider, and perhaps more manageable, than a stiletto heel.

  • CHUNKY

Chunky heels generally refer to any heel that has a square, wide base. They are not usually very high, and their thick look provides a lot more stability than stilettos or basic high heels do.

  • CLAW

This is one ridiculous invention and designs I’ve seen on the runway. These shoes are Alexander McQueen’s creations. If you are not Lady Gaga please don’t try this.

  • SPOOL

A spool heel is a heel that is wide at the top and bottom and narrower in the. Spool heels provide a lot of comfort for the wearer and are considered a more practical heeled shoe option.

  • HEELESS

In heel-less shoes, the balls of the wearer’s feet rest on high platforms while the heels appear to hover, seemingly. Zanotti, Jeffrey Campbell has a wide imagination of heels.

I hope you enjoyed the first part of trend?

Which is your favorite in this part? Part 2 coming up later today.

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