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It’s hard to imagine a life without shoes. For many of us, yes I mean women, life would not be worth living without that final decision of which pair to wear before stepping out into the world. After all, a perfect pair of shoes can change your life, Cinderella. But women haven’t always had the comfort and luxury of that closet full of footwear to make our ensem plete. It seems that until four t years ago, everyone went bare

The first shoes were made of a piece of rawhide and envelope foot. Many women may curren that same shoe in their closet. worn for both warmth and pro

Today, women rarely consider protection when making a sho Sandals originated in warm clim where the soles of the feet nee tection, but the top of the foot be cool. Did they have sandals different colors back then? I th

In Europe pointed toes on sho fashionable from the 11th to th century. Ah, the pointed toe, w us to another fact, that many p already know; sixty-two percen wearers say their feet hurt. The forty-four percent must be me

In the Middle East heels were shoes to lift the foot from the sand, which is how the love/ha ship with high heels began. We this next trend started with the nium, but in Europe in the 16th centuries heels on shoes were

Throughout the world, each p were made identical for both f left and right footed shoes wh made in Philadelphia. In Europ until the 18th century that wom were different from men’s.

Six-inch-high heels were worn upper classes in seventeenth-c Europe. Two servants, one on side, were needed to hold up t person wearing the high heels

Boots were first worn in cold, mountain-ous regions and hot, sandy deserts where horseriding communities lived. Now we wear our boots with short-shorts and tank tops. Heels on boots kept feet secure in the stirrups.

Fifteen percent of the female population

has over thirty pairs currently in their closets, a statistic that could be contested as too low, and a fact well hidden from the significant other. Also, thirty-three percent of women have trouble finding the room to store all of their shoes.

“The perfect shoe

can change your life.”

-Cinderella

Shoes

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