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A History Of High Heels The origin of high heels can be dated back to many centuries ago. The first precursors of high heels were discovered in a tomb in old Egypt. Shoes in the past mainly served as markers of gender, cheap christian louboutin christian louboutain class louboutin online , and race and so on. After centuries' development, high heels gradually become a fashion. Today let's take a look at the history of high heels. In 1430s people were asked to not to wear chopines (a kind of high-heels then) in Venice. As a matter of fact, the invention of formal high heels attributes to an Italian bride Catherine d'Medici who married at 14 to the Duke of Orleans. She wore shoes with two-inch heels to lengthen high heels. And then this kind of shoes was soon introduced into fashion among European aristocracy. Leonardo was said to be the inventor of high heels. In the late 16th century, fashionable heels were popular for both sexes, and a person who was powerful and rich was often referred to as "well-heeled". In the early 1700s, France King Louisc wore intricate heels decorated with miniature battle scenes. The shoes won the name of "Louise heels" which were as tall as five inches. The king decreed that only nobility could wear heels and others heels should lower than his own. During the course of the century, heels became higher and slender, which could present feminine court style. In this way, high heels took on a refine, pure aristocratic and desirable look. In the late 18th century, "Louise heels" disappeared with French revolution and Napoleon banished high heels to show equality. The heels were no longer the symbols of social status and wealth. Trend to lower heels came into being. Due to influence of Rococo style, gorgeous costumes became people's favorites. The shoes were usually made of satin, woven cotton and budge. The shoes are decorated with fine embroidery and precious stones and also with shoes buckles. In 1860 heels again became a fashion which resulted from Industrial Revolution. Many christian louboutin sale shoes inventions in industry and technology made great contribution to the development of high heels. The sewing machine allowed greater variety in high heels. The flourishing and blossom in economy and literature speed up the fashion of high heels. In the late 19th century and early 20th century , women's comfort received increasing attention. Visible and elaborate heels were encouraged to produce. High heels in lower and wider made up lion's share in the market. During the last 60 years, high heels have fallen in and out of fashion several times. Throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s, people were fond of wearing lower heels and in the late 1980s and early 1990s people preferred high heels. The shape of fashionable shape has also varied from block to taper and stiletto. Nowadays, high heeled shoes have become one of symbols of women. High heels made of different materials including satin and feather and so on are available in the market. The height of high heels can be as low as 1 inch or as high as 12 inches. Wearing high heels can enhance femininity of women and women look more slender and taller. The pursuit for happiness and beauty results in the fast growth of high heels today.

Advice on choosing high heels In the film called Chungking Express directed by Wong Kar-wai, Takeshi Kaneshiro once cleaned Brigittes shoes with his tie, saying The shoes of a beautiful woman should not be long and dusty. The pair of white shoes looked as tired and pale as their owner under the camera of Wong Kar-wai. Cinderella left her crystal shoes on the palace steps at midnight after the bell sang out the hour of midnight. And the shoes are as sparkling and flawless as their owner. High heels are womens another faces, on which the moodtemper and personality are written at great length. So how to choose a pair of high heels well-suited to us ourselves? And the following is a list of what I suggest. 1. If it is the first time for you to choose high heels, the best choice are the good quality ones made of soft leathers. By doing this can you adapt yourself to the high heels as quickly as you can and make your feet not too easy to get hurt. Moreover, never forget to put on a pair of stockings in order to reduce the friction between the skins around feet and the shoes. 2. 1-2 inch leather heels are more comfortable to wear than 3~4 inch thin heels for the office ladies whose work hours are fixed and over 8 hours each day. If you really cant resist the temptation of high heels,
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I suggest you choose a pair of leather shoes which fit perfectly in with the radian of your feet within the range of 2~3 inch lest the feet should hurt due to a long period of extrusion. The leather shoes should be chosen since leathers springiness is much better than the one of artificial leathers. 3. The human body can be regarded as the combination of various geometric figures. And the heels of suitable thickness help tone and trim your legs. Therefore. the thickness of heels should be always proportionate to your stature and calf in order not to make shoes seem unduly conspicuous in the overall modeling. Women who have plump figures should not choose too thin heels, otherwise, it will give people a sense of barely holding on; and if a womans body is skinny, it would be well christian louboutin mens sneakers to prevent her from wearing too thick heels , or a very uncoordinated feeling of heaviness would be brought forth. Read additional info about Cheap Replica Watches and purchase it online at nowadays to enjoy the decent feel it delivers to you.

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