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If you are like us, you like shoes very much and will almost never miss the sale of shoes.
You may have enough black boots to dress up the army.
But how much do you know about your beloved shoes?
We bet you don't know the story behind Louboutin's red sole.
What do you say about your shoes?
If your salary is low, you may not wear too many high heels.
Keep reading 11 things you never knew about the shoes you were wearing. 1.
Men are the first to wear high heels.
According to Slate, the 10 th century imgur, the rider needs boots and high heels to stay in the horse stir. (
Have you ever thought about why cowboy boots have high heels? )
Because having horses is a sign of wealth, high heels are a sign of nobility and social status, not gender. 2.
In the past, Greek actors used to show their status by wearing platform shoes.
When the ancient Greeks stage drama, clothing is essential for the audience to identify the role.
The Kennedy Center wrote that the tragic actors would wear shoes known as 'buskins' or wear high-rise shoes to symbolize their superiority over comedians wearing regular socks. 3.
The sneaker is named for the rubber sole that does not make noise.
Credit: GiphyIn at the end of 1800, people started calling sneakers their names because they had rubber soles and people could walk or 'sneak' around without making a sound4.
The red sole on Louboutins was inspired by Andy Warhol's paintings.
According to The New Yorker, Louboutin wanted to make a shoe in 1993 based on Warhol's 'flower' painting.
When the prototype of the shoe arrived, he was happy with it, but still could not shake the feeling of 'painting is still stronger.
He looked around and saw an assistant painting her nails in bright red.
He grabbed her nail polish and applied it to the black sole of the shoe. 5.
Your salary may determine the type of shoes you wear at work.
Credit: According to Beso, giffy.
survey conducted in 2013 among 6,750 women showed that 71% of women who earn less than $40,000 a year never wear high heels to work, compared with 21% who earn $150,000 a day and wear more high heels to work. 6.
Your shoe addiction is more than trying to keep up with the trend.
Credit: Giffen was interviewed 2010 times by Metropolitan, Dr. Suzanne Ferris, footnote: on shoes, she said that a woman's addiction to buying shoes triggers an area of the forehead cortex of the brain, this area is called a collection point.
'Shoes are collector's items, regardless of whether women are aware of how they see them,' she said . '.
Think about it: many women show their shoes on very organized shelves. 7.
Audrey Hepburn brings lazy shoes into fashion.
As we have pointed out before, Hepburn was able to make women look great in women like men.
The Wall Street Journal attributed the rise in the popularity of Lefu shoes to Audrey Hepburn in the 1957 film Funny Face (and danced in)
Black leather Ferragamos for counter
Fashion Betty Nick bookstore clerk'8. Dr.
Martens was initially considered a practical work men's bootThe sole is padded.
The original Doctor
Martens boots are made by German inventor Dr.
Dr. Martens and his friends.
Funck who invented the air of shoescushioned sole.
In 1960, a British boot manufacturer released the shoe.
As a reliable footwear product, it is popular in the UK's anti-mainstream culture and punk for 1970 generations. music movement. 9.
Salvatore Ferragamo invented wedge shoes when Italy closed trade with other countries.
Salvatore Ferragamo 80mm Madea leather cork slope heel, $674; luisaviaroma. com.
Wedge shoes were invented for need in the 1940 s.
Due to economic sanctions against Italy, Ferragamo could no longer buy steel from traditional high-heeled shoes.
According to the website of the fashion house, filamo wrote at the time, 'I tried the pieces of cork from Sardinia, pushing, gluing, fixing and trimming, until the entire space between the sole and the heel is blocked in the solid.
'Apparently, it became one of the most popular styles in a few weeks. 10.
Havaianas is a Japanese sandals.
According to the brand's website, the iconic Havaianas flop is not smooth on the sole as it is inspired by Zori, the brand calls it 'typical Japanese sandals made of fabric straps and straw soles '.
'That's why the feet
The bed of Havaianas has a textured rice pattern. 11.
Although there are few pictures of him on the Internet, Jeffrey Campbell is a real person. Credit: 38. media. tumblr.
Although he is still a mystery, many believe that Jeffrey Campbell is a fictional figure created to represent the company.
But there's a real Jeffrey Campbell who did create a successful shoe collection and is still running.
In 2013, Buzzfeed tried to talk to Campbell but was denied many times.
Brand in-tell them
House spokesman said the company prefers to 'keep a low profile and make shoes and girls in shoes our voice.
'The company or this person does not even have a Wikipedia page.
Who are you, Jeffrey?