Tuesday Shoes: Mel’s special occasion tottery shoes. She rarely wears them but loves them.
Happy 70th Birthday to singer Lulu today. Here she is in her great go-go boots from the 1960’s.
Stevie’s Black knee high boots. Very dusty but comfy. 😀
Samantha from California shares her T-Strap shoes. “T-Straps add an instant flair to any outfit; my go-to shoe staple.” – Samantha.
The Beatle boot is a style of boot that has been worn since the 1960’s – made popular by the Beatles, for whom they were originally made. The boots are a variation of the Chelsea boot: they are tight-fitting, Cuban heeled, ankle-high boots with a sharp pointed toe. The style can feature either elastic or zipped sides.
It’s hard to imagine a time before the invention of shoes. Yet what started as a practical venture has grown into a varied, booming industry just as concerned with art as it is with functionality. Though all shoes share basic characteristics, their colouring, materials and designs have transformed drastically over thousands of years in the fascinating history of footwear.
Happy Monday. Andy shares his fav Doc Martin shoes. “I love them and docs are my favourite brand. These are my favourite shoes” – Andy.
Tuesday Boots of the Day from Nancy Sinatra and Kate Bush :)
The Shoe Journey Begins
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“It doesn’t matter how great your shoes are if you don’t accomplish anything in them.”-