:: Shoes for my ‘lily foot’ August 14, 2007Posted by Minci 先生 in Everyday Life.
It is impossible to estimate at exactly what phase in development on earth that man first thought of protecting his feet from the natural hazards of weather/climate and the rough ground that they walked on. Shoes are very interesting to analyze because they have a long history. It is obvious that shoes were made for the shielding of feet but aside from their actual purpose, shoes can help to tell the story of the person who wore them.
Shoes can help tell the economic and social status, values, and styles of the owner. By looking at a pair of shoes one can see that they reflect the personality of the wearer. The shape in which the shoe is in can help tell how the wearer stands and walks (it gives us a strong indication of personality) (Colin Dowell). Shoes also show character by showing how the individual reacts to fashion. In addition, one can tell whether the wearer of the shoes and the shoes themselves are in style by looking at the quality of the materials that the shoes are made from. Furthermore, by looking at the monetary value, brand name of the shoes, and the condition of the shoes (whether they are old or new) can help tell about the owners’ fashion styles.
Source : Women’s Fashion Shoes
Perhaps being picky and indecisive about which shoe to buy is also an indication of personality. This is my new pair of shoes for this academic year, specifically bought for ‘hospital use’. Anybody want to play clairvoyant?
Skechers : £25
The other choice was a black Skechers
A sagittal view?
Now let’s have a look at Za’s new shoes from SoleTraders. Was it £28? I’m not sure.
Pretty sexy with those net-like look.
Jet modelling the shoes – she’s saving up for her Adidas pair
It took about 3 attempts to get this shot.. haha
So, what sort of personality did you gather from there?