Tell me what shoes you wear and I'll tell you how you are…

Tell me what shoes you wear and I'll tell you how you are…

Lol We don't want to go unnoticed and certainly not our shoes. Since the revolution of the TWENTIETH century our feet are covered by meticulously chosen products. The shoes are the last extension of our body; The meeting point between our body and the Earth. It's not worth anything, not anymore. A shoe is what a woman needs to reaffirm what she already is. That's why it's not worth any shoe. Moccasin in soft pink plush and that's not what I say… why else would the Cinderella shoe be so important? Was this plastic? I think it's been clear. It took little time for psychologists to realize that the shoe is connected to the personality. Ejemplifiquemos;  Stilettos serve to reaffirm self-confidence, while platforms suggest sensuality and attraction. On the other hand, the well-known dancers, they serve to give a natural and simple air, when the end is to go unnoticed and not give much the note. Now I want to ring a drum roll in your head…. Already? Not bad. The MOCCASINS are made for those classic, elegant women… Women who care about their looks day after day and not just the weekend. Red Ferrari tassel moccasin with yellow accents The shoe is the mirror of the soul, it is the symbolization of our mood. So there are days that we put the red moccasins passion and other more modern moccasins with ties and colors. Because we women need to express and get what we have inside. And although we do it with words, our shoes are the complement to them. Personally, I think shoes are the new jewels. I am sure that each and every one of the women will feel satisfied and Alagadas if your husband comes in with a shoebox. There's no margin for error here.

"If that pair of black shoes you have in the closet, make you smile, are worth more than they cost"

And I don't say it, says Holly Golightly at breakfast with Diamonds. Now look at your feet, who are you? Who do you want to be? Enter now in our online shop and discover all our models,  

Haizea de Pedro

Creative writer