Nicholas Kirkwood sandals with reptile print from the spring / summer collection 2012

It was inevitable, Nicholas Kirkwood gives the charm of reptile prints! This season, spring summer 2012 were many designers who have invested in these animal prints very beautiful and chic, but beyond interpretations of the most elegant and sophisticated and could not miss the fashion colors of the moment! Nicholas Kirkwood is no stranger to eccentric as these to find the line that bears his name, so combining the reptile prints with shades of pink, red and shades in between that ultimately are the most beautiful colors to show off in spring.

The Spring Summer 2012 Nicholas Kirkwood has already proposed models very fanciful, that it is designed sandals with high heels or even colored block inserts with very specific or equally characteristic patterns in the flat version with reptile print, the designer brand Pollini always knows how to make unique and recognizable his creation, would not you agree?

In this case we speak of a gem from the collection spring summer 2012 by Nicholas Kirkwood you can see it on the official website of the designer. Peep-toe sandals with lists that are woven leather on the toe, with a special t-bar and ankle strap to complete the form.

They covered stiletto heel high plateau well balanced with 12.5 cm inner and outer 2 cm, all covered by the gorgeous python print makes the model more chic and definitely glamorous. Very refined and sophisticated shoes, I would be perfect for the most elegant look, you're not supporting that idea? The price of the store is well mytheresa.com 795 euro, do you like?


Christian Louboutin high heel sandals with colored blocks, pictures of beautiful Echasse

Today we see a set of models of Christian Louboutin sandals, more details of the entire collection for next spring summer 2012. We speak of beautiful sandals designed Echasse evidently colored blocks, one of the models built by the eccentric French designer-shoe so far, does not it? Of course, Louboutin is very skilled in this kind of creations, her creativity is always very lively and jaunty, but it was with the last collection for the warm weather we're seeing the impact triumph colors very bright!

Among other things we are in the twentieth anniversary of the creation of the brand Christian Louboutin, and the great master of the accessories you are already very committed to create a shoe line dedicated to the event, a collection of 20 models of a most unusual 'more!

One wonders where he found the time to even imagine a model of the same level as this! I suppose you know, in summer this year will be the watchword colored block, so a sandal like this is definitely perfect for the lively atmosphere that you breathe!

The sandals are designed Echasse leather with paint effect, they list the tip turquoise open toe and strap around the ankle fuscia and yellow buckle ends. The heel is covered with yellow paint and is higher than 12 cm, although fortunately it's not really a stiletto.

The orange mini plateau is rather high and is 1.5 cm, in contrast to the iconic Louboutin red sole. The price of online mytheresa.com is 525 euros, but you wear colored shoes like this summer?


High heels for Prada, the new mary jane spring will make bold

New very interesting in the new collection of Prada shoes for spring summer 2012, also the house of our Miuccia shows us that this year will be very strong in high heels, high heels in a series of effects, and big trays outside! Even Prada, usually a lover of classical models in a more and more moderate heel gives way to the charm of eccentric forms, among others, the result is very interesting, take a look at the pictures and tell me what you think!

As I said, the spring summer 2012 collections are featuring for the inclusion of models of shoes in the forms of this type. The high heels and big trays are very present in lines such as Brian Atwood and Nicholas Kirkwood, let alone that of Christian Louboutin, but in that case is like pushing an open door!

In his new collection Spring Summer 2012 Prada has included many types of pumps with stiletto heels, think more often in pastel colors, but getting close to selling 14 cm there had never seen it!

The new pumps mary jane just added to the spring collection are made of black or gray suede, ankle strap are inevitable to avoid falling over like stilts, covered heel and platform of 13.5 cm by 2.5 cm.

Both models are on sale at the Prada store on the official price of 550 euros. Honestly, all the shoes on high heels that we have seen so far, these are the most chic and sophisticated, you do not you agree?


The Physiology of High heels

The heeled shoe is a normal shoe (which should be prohibited by the Geneva Convention) but with the added extra inches at the heel by means of the so-called "wedges" or an increase more or less close commonly called heel, some are also equipped with a platform at the front, to mitigate the gap: it is known as "pleateau", commonly known as truzze at the "buck", in honor of the famous philosopher, known transvestite. The shoes, given the choice of female hysteria for combinations cloakrooms, have different shapes and colors. Each shoe is his mistress. Hopes are all whores easy. The heel in fact has the same form of tampon that sticks where you want to be now.

There are many categories of shoes with heels, whose names are generally not known to men, too obscured by the legs of the wearer to worry about the technical name of those damn things that leads to very sexy feet that make tic-tac but then, however much are removed before going to bed or not, depends on the tastes:

The most simple and classic are the décolleté, usually in patent leather or black leather, which combine with an elegant black dress or a suit, in practice a professional woman, careerist and self-confident, short for an acid bitch that do not you ever give unless you can not buy him many others, along with many other nice cars, houses, diamonds and jewelry. To dodge like the plague the décolleté of different colors from a sober black (bright red, yellow piss orange) indicates a personality or schizophrenic or a woman from fidelity SERENOVARIABILE from which it is best to stay away. Dubious even those with little flowers, bows, ribbons and various trappings that usually suggests a woman vain, frivolous and very shallow, in short, a real goose gleeful.

A variety of décolleté first of which consists of those with a strap behind, above the heel: the lead or sfigate who believe they live in the 70s or fifties looking for a healthy sex who remember the good times when "Menopause" was just a strange term on the books of science, in which case the heel is lowered and becomes more squat. Rischiosissime to carry, because the lack of support stopped taking his foot wrong and exposes them to all sorts of stumbling blocks. And frankly ugly from an aesthetic point of view.

Most popular and casual sandals, in every shape and color, suitable for summer and beach parties, especially with the wedges. Very diverse in style and wearability: you switch from unsustainable stilts comfortable but hideous rafts. Index of a cheerful personality, lively and fashionable, that of a girl whose availability is directly proportional to how much he drank / ingested / smoked.

Where is your God now?

In autumn and winter, not to bathe in puddles and make way, spread the boots, they also invariably with heels. It can carry or above or below the pants, in which case respectively indicate the opening (mental and legs) or less of the subject, or with a skirt and with socks of various kinds and grammage. Much depends on the individual model: it goes from modest black suede boots that are well under a coat paired with provocative black leather boots, most suitable for occasions of seduction and lust. They take them to the good women and those who keep us to the image, even though they are married or already mothers. Over the boot becomes aggressive, the more likely that the dear hubby has difficulty passing through the doors because of a massive antlers that comes out from behind the ears.

Jackboot knee in shiny black latex heel and platform transparent 18: thirty to fifty mouth love.

Some evil genius has seen fit to add even to a heel sneakers, born precisely to make it comfortable and automate the complex art of travel along the three axes of the coordinate plane. We will not discuss these perversions, or we will speculate on the moral and psychological qualities of a woman who chooses to risk breaking your neck for a pair of Nikes.

The heel seen by a woman

Simple: a torture to have to endure if low or very slender or just having to pick up. If you are a prostitute is work requirement. The feeling base is to be pierced at the tip of the foot by a chain saw. It's like when Mr. Berlusconi is another prostitute with your money.

The heel is, for many women, a key rite of passage from childhood to adulthood. Sometimes, there is no precise age to perform the ceremony: in many Central Asian countries, males are circumcised at age twelve, while in the western world, at a similar age, girls are started to walk on high heels . The only difference is that circumcision in the end it only lasts a few minutes and eventually heals, but you must wear high heels for the entire fertile life and continue undeterred to hurt like the devil, after all, and use the ' abuse that they can do.

She suffers and you enjoy! She suffers and you enjoy! Shame!
There is an active debate about whether there is a precise technique for walking shoes codeste: some say the heel-toe and the heel-toe who, some say to put one leg behind the other and those who raise The seat, which of those swaying gently in his arms and jumping to the rhythm of the rumba, singing the national anthem of Turkmenistan. The truth is that there is a way of alleviating the pain, except for a root canal surgery of the nerves of the legs.

Not to mention the dance is very beautiful and poetic view, in movies, beautiful princesses in a fluffy white dress twirling and swaying to the rhythm of the waltz from their twelve inches in the arms of a beautiful young officer decked out in his uniform high-ceremony style debutantes' ball; less beautiful is the experience of trying to move to the beat of twelve dizzy, thin and fragile inches of heels that are likely to crash under the wheels of decent dancer at every awkward, clumsy and awkward hop or worse than it tumbling into a loud craniata the polished floor of hard marble, in the eyes of all dismayed. Even if the woman taccuta [citation needed] manages to avoid trauma and fractures, the pain that can result in five minutes of slow dance of the harmless six centimeters is comparable to forty lashes on the ankles, buttressed with a cat o 'nine tails electrified.

Recommended, if anything, the outlook is for any movement which differs by five meters in a straight line on level floor, to escape into the bathroom to change her deadly heels with a couple of quiet dancers who sighted the woman always carries in her purse.


Charlotte Olympia Pumps bicolor with high heel and platform outside

But what we like Charlotte Olympia shoes? Well, if you still do not worship, then you should take a look at these two models from the 2011-2012 autumn-winter collection of the British designer, and among other things on sale online! I will have a soft spot for the creations of Charlotte Olympia, however, is to recognize that even when it comes to models more eccentric then hardly indosseremmo in everyday life - to be a newcomer, the sandal Forever! - In any case there is much to reward originality out of the box!

Charlotte Olympia is a truly creative without comparison, the patterns of his fall winter 2011-2012 were characterized mainly by high heels arriving at 15 cm and the now iconic maxi plateau outside that are shaping recent trends. But even the new hot weather is giving us a lot of interesting news that we will see in the coming days.

Suffice it to say that the shoe designer with a spring roll out their ideas as "crazy", so eyes peeled!

The two models that I found for you decolletes are designed leather and suede, stripes alternating with very beautiful bicolor effect. They patent leather stiletto heel height of 15 cm and 3 cm outer plateau, which leaves you all the "comforts" of a heel 12!

The color combinations are perfect for the look-colored blocks, for both casual and saucy outfits. They are for sale online at luisaviaroma.com the price of 455 euros against 650 initial! Do you like?

Node Christian Louboutin Pumps Metal Heels 12, sophisticated

Christian Louboutin adds to his collection for spring summer 2012 one of the most beautiful models of pumps I've ever seen, do you not know, but for me it was love at first sight! They are called Metal Knot and form the model of the iconic shooting decolletes Pigalle, perhaps for this reason it is impossible not to adore them! Christian Louboutin's by the eccentric and whimsical tone that characterizes much of its collections and returns to red carpet shoes create truly delicious that I think we'll see soon at the foot of a celebrity!

This is an important year for the French shoe designer, have in fact started the celebrations for his 20 year career and in honor of the event, Christian Louboutin has presented his collection for the anniversary special, 20 model a more beautiful the other representing the years of success that have characterized the launch of its lines.

The spring summer 2012 collection is getting out, but especially for shapes and color combinations of impact, for heaven's sake, always adorable, but not all we would have the courage to wear some of the more eccentric!

Instead Metal Node win at first sight! They decolletes leather stiletto heel height 12 cm and no plateau! The upper has metallic effect, as the name implies, and is complemented by a nice bow on the narrow tip, a touch of good taste pretty good.
The price on the official website, alas, is no less than $ 1995! But dreaming of shoes so it does not cost anything, right?


Wearing high heels and still maintain health. Is it possible?

As we all know, there are many documented problems caused by high heels, like calluses, corns and calluses. However, we also know that there's nothing sexier than a great pair of high heels. And help to accentuate women's legs and make them look longer and thinner, thus, make women look taller.

So how to prevent foot problems associated with high heels and how to maintain health, while still looking fashionable? Just check some of the tips below.

1. Choose the right opportunities.

As a matter of fact, there are always other types of fashionable shoes available at shopping malls or stores than high heels. It 'ok to wear high heels, but if there is another choice that can save the better your health, do not ignore it!

o For each wear, go with 1 to 1.5 inch heels, and save your dinner from 3 inches or occasional events. Do not wear high heels, if they are too high.
o Do not wear heels every day themselves. Rotate your shoes, wear different heel heights every day.
or wear high heels when there is no need to walk or run very energetic activities.

2. Choosing the right pair.

Consider several factors when selecting high-heeled shoes. Choose the ones you will be comfortable in.

o Choose a wider heel with higher heels. A wider heel, most often added stablility to the shoe and help to maintain balance.
Buy shoes with soft soles or internal.
For sandals or high heels, choose shoes with the back, thicker straps. High heeled sandals without a back strap are a recipe for disaster. There is very little material to keep your foot on skates and the potential drop is much greater.
O Make sure that shoes fit well. Never put your feet into shoes that are smaller than the size of your feet.

3. Taking much more attention.

Wearing high heels is not just putting your feet and walk inside. You should take more care when walking and after as well.

o Wear a thin pair of socks underneath. This will help prevent your feet from rubbing against the skin or the material of the shoes.
o Do not lend or borrow your shoes, in terms of hygiene, although for a few seconds. Several bacterial infections can be transferred from one person to another in this way.
o After a day or evening in high heels, massage the feet, roll your foot over a frozen bottle of water sports.
Lengthen or both the foot and calf after wearing high heels. To stretch the bow, placing the foot on the opposite knee and pull your toes back.
or change shoes when you come home and spend the evening without heels on.

4. Do not ignore foot problems.

You can get rid of bad pair of shoes in a second, but the damage they cause your feet are long life. Therefore, if you are unsure of your foot pain, see a doctor immediately.


The problems of the foot and the tendon

High-heeled shoes tilt the foot forward and down while bending the toes up. The more that the feet are forced into this position, the more it can cause the Achilles tendon with shorten.This can cause problems when the wearer chooses lower heels or flat-soled shoes. When tilting forward of the foot, a much greater weight is transferred to the sole of the foot and toes, increasing the likelihood of damage to the underlying tissue springs which supports the foot. In many shoes, style that function, either compressing the toes, or forcing them together, possibly resulting in blisters, calluses, hammertoes, callouses (hallux valgus), Morton's neuroma, plantar fasciitis and many other medical conditions, most of which are permanent and require surgery to relieve pain. High heels - because they tip the foot forward - put pressure on your lower back out doing push back, crush the lumbar vertebrae and contracting the muscles of the lower back.
If you can not completely avoid high heels, it is suggested that the wearer to spend at least one third of the time they spend standing in profile support "simple" (eg shoes sandals exercise), or well-cushioned "sneaker- type "shoes, saving high heels for special occasions.

One of the most critical problems of high heel shoe results in properly constructed toe-box. Improper construction here can cause major damage to his foot. Toe-boxes which are too narrow force the toes to be "crammed" too close together. Ensuring that room exists for the toes to assume a normal separation so that high-heel wear remains an option rather than a debilitating practice is an important issue to improve the fit of the high-heeled fashion shoes.

Wide heels do not necessarily offer more stability, and any raised heel with too much width, such as found in the "Blade" or "block" high-heeled shoes, induces unhealthy side-to-side torque to the ankles at every step, stressing unnecessarily , creating more impact on his toes. Thus, the improved design of a high heel is one with a narrower width, where the heel is closer to the front, more solidly under the ankle, in which the toe provides sufficient space for the fingers, and where the forward movement of the foot in the shoe is kept under control by adherent material through the neck of the foot, instead of being pressed by the fingers forward and jamming together in the area of ​​the fingers or crushed in the front of the toe.

Despite the medical problems that surround high-heel wear, a few podiatrists recommend some well-built low to moderate heels for some patients [citation needed]. Appears a slight elevation of the heel improves the contact angle between the metatarsus and the horizontal plane, thus more closely approximate the correct angle and the resulting distribution of the weight of a medium-high arch of the foot. Specialists other foot, however, argue that any heel causes unnecessary stress on bones and joints of the foot different.


Contemporary scene - High Heels

Since the Second World War, high heels have fallen in and out of favor several times, particularly in late 1990, when lower heels and even flats predominated. Lower heels were preferred during the late 1960's and early 1970 as well, but higher heels returned in late 1980 and early 1990. The shape of the heel fashion is changed from the block (1970) to tapered (1990), and stylet (1950, 1980, and post-2000).

Today, high heels are typically worn by women, with heights ranging from a kitten heel of 1 ½ inches (4 cm) with a stiletto heel (or spike heel) of 4 inches (10 cm) or more. Extremely high-heeled shoes, such as those greater than 5 inches (13 cm), are normally worn only for aesthetic reasons and are not considered practical. Cleavage are conservative styles and often used for work and formal occasions, while more adventurous styles are common for evening wear and dancing. High heels have seen significant controversy in the medical field in recent times, with many podiatrists seeing patients with serious foot problems were caused almost exclusively by high-heel wear.

Heel wedge is informal another style of the heel, where the heel is in a wedge shape and continues to the tip of the shoe.

During the 16 th century, European royalty started wearing high-heeled shoes to make them look taller or larger than life, like Catherine de 'Medici and Mary I of England. In 1580, men wore them, and a person with authority or wealth has often been described as "wealthy".

In modern society, high-heeled shoes are a part of women's fashion, perhaps more as a sexual prop. High heels force the body to tilt, emphasizing the buttocks and breasts, highlights of the sexuality of a woman. They also emphasize the role of sexuality in the foot, and the act of wearing stockings and high heels is often seen as an erotic act. This desire to look sexy and erotic continues to lead women to wear high heels, despite causing significant pain in the foot, or corns and calluses, foot or Hammer. A survey by the American Podiatric Medical Association showed about 42% of women admitted that they wanted was to wear a shoe, although it has given them trouble.


The pros and cons of wearing high heels

The pros and cons of wearing high heels
They can cause foot pain.
Increase the likelihood of sprains and fractures.
Make calves look more hard and muscular.
They can create foot deformities hammer, including and calluses.
They can cause an unsteady gait.
They can shorten the wearer's hand.
It can make the wearer can perform.
Altered forces in the knee caused by walking in high heels may predispose to degenerative changes of the knee.
The problems of the foot and tendons as listed below.
Women who wear high heels often have a higher incidence of degenerative joint disease of the knees. This is because they cause a decrease in the normal rotation of the foot, which puts more rotation stress on the knee.

Reasons for the high heels, which are almost entirely aesthetic reasons, including:
They change the angle of the foot relative to the leg, which accentuates the appearance of calves.
They change the wearer's posture, requiring a more upright carriage and altering the gait in what is considered a seductive way.
They make the wearer appear taller.
Make the legs appear longer.
They make the foot look smaller.
They make my toes look shorter.
Make the arches of your feet more and better defined.
They can improve the tone of a woman's pelvic floor, thereby influencing the female bladder.
They can help people use more short items that have been designed for those of a normal height, for example, sitting upright on the floor with your feet on the chairs that would otherwise be too high to reach items on shelves, etc.


Precursors to the high-heeled shoe

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Most of the lower class in ancient Egypt walked barefoot, but figures on murals dating from 3500 B.C. depict an early version of shoes worn mostly by the higher classes. These were leather pieces held together with lacing that was often arranged to look like the ankh symbol, which represents life. There are also some depictions of both upper-class males and females wearing heels, probably for ceremonial purposes. Egyptian butchers also wore heels, to help them walk above the blood of dead beasts. In ancient Greece and Rome, platform sandals called kothorni, later known as buskins in the Renaissance, were shoes with high wood or cork soles that were popular particularly among actors who would wear shoes of different heights to indicate varying social status or importance of characters. In ancient Rome, the sex trade was legal, and female prostitutes were readily identified by their high heels.

During the Middle Ages, both men and women would wear patten, or wooden soles, that were clearly a precursor to the high heel. Pattens would attach to fragile and expensive shoes to keep them out of the mud and other street debris when walking outdoors (Swann, 1984).

Elizabeth Semmehack, curator at the Bata Shoe Museum, traces the high heel to horse riders in the Near East who used high heels for functionality, because they helped hold the rider's foot in stirrups. She states that this footwear is depicted on a 9th-century ceramic bowl from Persia.

In the 15th century, chopines, a type of platform shoes, were created in Turkey and were popular throughout Europe until the mid-17th century. Chopines could be seven to eight or even 30 inches high, requiring women to use canes or servants to help them walk. Like pattens, chopines were overshoes, but unlike the pattens, chopines were worn almost exclusively by women. They were usually designed with cork or wood stacked as the heel.

The Venetians made the chopine into a status symbol revealing wealth and social standing for women, and tourists to Venice often remarked humorously on the outrageously high chopines. One visitor noted that they were "invented by husbands who hoped the cumbersome movement entailed would make illicit liaisons difficult" (McDowell, 1989). Already, we can see issues of domination and submission being associated with shoes much like the lotus shoes of China. Indeed, Chinese concubines and Turkish odalisques wore high shoes, prompting scholars to speculate if heels were used not only for aesthetic reasons but also to prevent women from escaping the harem (Kunzle, 2004).

Shoes were beginning to be made in two pieces during the 16th century, with a flexible upper attached to a heavier, stiffer sole (Swann, 1984). This new two-part shoe led to the heel as an actual part of the shoe rather than just an attachment.

It is sometimes suggested that raised heels were a response to the problem of the rider's foot slipping forward in stirrups while riding.The "rider's heel", approximately 1½ inches (4 cm) high, appeared around 1500. The leading edge was canted forward to help grip the stirrup, and the trailing edge was canted forward to prevent the elongated heel from catching on underbrush or rock while backing up, such as in on-foot combat. These features are evident today in riding boots, notably cowboy boots.

The simple riding heel gave way to a more stylized heel over its first three decades. Beginning with the French, heel heights among men crept up, often becoming higher and thinner, until they were no longer useful while riding but were relegated to "court-pony" wear. By the late 17th century, men's heels were commonly between three and four inches high.

In 1533, after men had already started wearing heels again, the diminutive Italian wife of Henry II, King of France, Queen Catherine de' Medici,commissioned a cobbler to fashion her a pair of heels, both for fashion and to suggest greater height. They were an adaptation of chopines and pattens (elevated wooden soles with both heel and toe raised, not unlike modern platform shoes or clogs and sabots), intended to protect the feet of the wearer from dirt and mud; but unlike chopines, the heel was higher than the toe, and the "platform" was made to bend in the middle with the foot. That raised shoes had already been worn as a fashion statement in Italy, at least, is suggested by sumptuary laws in Venice that banned the wearing of chopine-style platform shoes as early as the 1430s.

High-heeled shoes quickly caught on with the fashion-conscious men and women of the French court and spread to pockets of nobility in other countries. The term well-heeled became synonymous with opulent wealth.Both men and women continued wearing heels as a matter of noble fashion throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. When the French Revolution drew near, in the late 18th century, the practice of wearing heels fell into decline in France due to its associations with wealth and aristocracy. Throughout most of the 19th century, flat shoes and sandals were usual for both sexes, but the heel resurfaced in fashion during the late 19th century, almost exclusively among women.

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