Women's Fashion Shoes

Shoes of different styles vary season by season. Top designer construct fashion shoes for women.

Shoe fair GDS 2016

 

Chimney-red Wedges, rivet-occupied High-Heels and the traditional wellington – the shoe fair GDS points since Wednesday what is carried in autumn and winter, 2016/2017 on the foot.

Max Mara Shoes

Max Mara was established in 1951 by Achille Maramotti in Reggio Emilia. There are now more than 2500 shops worldwide.

Over the Knee Boots

Over-the-knee boots are not just for winter. You can also pair your over-the-knee boots with summer dresses. With them you will get a casual style and totally change your improperly conservative image. You should choose one pair which is the perfect pair for you with more care, because the Over-the-knee boots could be the main element of your outfit. They are not only required to be versatile and stylish but also required to be comfortable. 

In 2011 you are recommended to choose blacks, rich browns and greys which can pair with your most outfits very well. You could follow your interest and favor to choose the different styles, from tight boots with high heels to flat ones. Each style will impress others in different ways. Some suggestions are also given to help you to match the boots. You could wear short dresses to match them to show a casual quality, or instead of it wear middle-long dresses to show an elegant quality. Cute mini skirts and skinny jeans can also be tucked in.

Leather Shoes or Suede Shoes

The clothing coupons, which also embraced footwear, curtail to a great extent new styles of shoes. Brown or black laced leather shoes as well as brogues continue to be worn, although suede instead of leather become more acceptable. Most shoes or boots have rounded toes, although they did tend to become slightly pointed. New styles gradually appear. Tall elastic-sided boots covering the ankles are popular. The elastic gussets at the sides allowed for easier putting on of the boots as they have no fastenings at all. Thick crepe soled shoes are also worn and some have strap and buckle fastenings. Rubber galoshes which have been worn over shoes in rainy weather become less popular, although high rubber Wellington boots remained in vogue, especially for country wear. In the summer, for leisure wear, sandals are worn. These are at first just lightweight shoes with a pattern punched out, and instead of the heel or quarter filled in, it is open with just a strap to support the sandal. Later the fronts of the shoes or sandals are also left open with wide straps to hold the soles to the feet. During the War years socks, instead of reaching to mid-calf, reached to just above the ankles, but after the War, some again become longer, but by then they are elasticated at the tops, thus lessening the need for suspenders. Socks are generally made of silk, wool, rayon or cotton, and later of nylon or nylon mixtures which make them longer lasting. Knee length woollen stockings are still worn with plus-fours.

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