The Feel Good Factor in Womens Shoes
By Shelley Costello
For some its jewellery, for others its clothes, jeans, handbags and so on but there is definitely something about womens shoes.
Shoes can be traced back well before Christ and in ancient Egypt, shoes were considered a status symbol.
Fashion critic, Holly Brubach wrote "a pair of new shoes might not cure a broken heart or soothe a tension headache but they will relieve the symptoms and chase away the blues".
Over time, shoes have evolved. Each year sees a new trend whether it's in heel style, materials and textures or overall design. Within each trend we see a reinvention of a fashion seen decades ago. Platforms born in the seventies return with a more "eco style with hemp and cork soles. Styles from each decade have returned, sometimes more than once but each time with an added twist to the style and design.
There is something quite unexplainable about having a new pair of shoes. You would surely feel good buying yourself a new pair of jeans, a new dress or maybe a new handbag. However, treat yourself to a new pair of shoes, wear them with you're your favourite jeans and I guarantee you are getting that feel good factor.
There really is something about women's shoes.
Online shopping now provides an easy solution to finding that "to die for pair of shoes. Stores bring together hundreds of individual designer and branded collections that make a shoe lover's dream come true.
Bette Midler once said "give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world
Jennifer Lopez declared "the secret to my sexiness is my feet; I always wear pretty shoes"
Shoes can make or break an outfit, they say everything about you and they are definitely something to be passionate about.
About The Author
Copyright 2005-2006 Shelley Costello
Shelley is owner/author of the Womens Shoes Guru. Providing women with a unique guide to choosing and buying shoes and bags online. Tips, secrets, advice and everything you need to know when shopping online for shoes and bags.
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