Purple Dress Shoes Biography
Source(google.com.pk)Throughout history, shoes have been an intricate fashion element for costumes and formal occasions. In ancient Egypt, ornate sandals were worn by nobility during special ceremonies. According to FashionEncyclopedia.com the 1940s "New Look Era" of women's fashion created an emphasis on elegant and dressy shoes. With the introduction of the stiletto in 1950, pumps were the leading dress shoe for women worldwide. Power office dressing in the 1980s created a need for dress shoes that suited a professional woman's need to transition from day to evening effortlessly.
Dress shoes are evening or special occasion shoes. In 16th century France, monarchs and women of the aristocracy wore elaborate dress shoes to court. In modern times, dress shoes are worn not only by kings and queens for royal duties, but also by women attending weddings, dinner parties, debutante balls and religious ceremonies. A few dress shoe styles---velvet slippers, leather loafers and Italian driving shoes---are unisex styles worn by both males and females.
Fancy footwear is usually high-heeled, but flats and ballet slippers made of satin, silk and animal skins are also included in the dressy category. Types of dress shoes include pumps, stilettos, slingbacks, mules, ballet flats, platforms and boots. Dress shoes can be made of leather, suede or exotic animal skins. Special occasion shoes range in color from blacks, browns, silver and gold to every color and shade imagined by shoe designers.
Dress shoes are a special wardrobe investment item. To prevent buyer's remorse, before purchasing an expensive designer creation, determine if the shoe matches your lifestyle and existing wardrobe items. Shoe knockoffs and shoe replicas are available for shoppers who desire a designer dress shoe, but can only afford a leather substitutes and synthetic soles.
Prices for dress shoes range from $40 to $850 or more for designer shoes made by legendary shoe gurus: Jimmy Choo, Christian LaCroix, Giuseppe Zanotti and Manolo Blahnik. Stella McCartney and velebrity shoe designer Natalie Portman created animal-free dress shoes for vegans and animal rights activists who refuse to wear animal skins or fur.
Stock up on mini skirts and mini dresses. Pick skirts and dresses in bright color combinations like pink and orange, yellow and green or pink and gold. Bratz dolls also wear metallic dresses in colors like silver, gold and purple.
Get tight jeans and wide belts to match with tiny, tight shirts. Buy shirts that have sayings, metallic designs or bold colors. Dress up a halter shirt with a colorful cropped jacket that complements the color of your shirt.