As many women will tell you, a stylish pair of shoes is always worth the extra effort of wearing them. What does that mean? The trend for stylish, over the top shoes has led to high prices, discomfort and the dreaded “Flamingo Walk”. Shoes that are so uncomfortable that women have a difficult time walking in them or they have to take them off the second they get in the club have become the norm and we have to ask why. Why does style always equal pain and, to look further into this, does it have to?
To understand this,
Every year shoe fashion changes and this year is no different. Those with a shoe fetish will be pleased to know that they can save up for the shoe shopping spree as this year’s styles will not disappoint. Below you will find a few shoe styles that will leave the style world in awe.
Footwear may have begun as an essential tool for traversing our environment, but more recently, they have become one of our most artistic and stylish mediums. It was in the beginning of the 20th century that shoes truly took off as highly comfortable and attractive items of clothing.
With the turn of the 1900s came new developments in technology that took our entire collective civilization to new heights. The manufacturing of shoes could now become far easier and more convenient.
People could now afford durable and comfortable shoes at lower prices with the advent of the factory.
The spring/summer 2017 shoe trends are interesting, bold and innovative. There are some familiar looks as well as some welcome trends that are gaining in popularity on the runways in Paris, London, New York and Milan. Here are some of the top spring/ summer 2017 shoe trends we found on the Fashion Week runways:
Many women shop for handbags by brand, while others shop for a new handbag by style. Did you know that not every handbag is right for every woman? Rather than shop for brand, style, size or colour, women should shop for a new handbag that suits their body type.
Dinah Jane posed with her bandmates at the Billboard’s 10th Annual Women In Music yesterday wearing an Elisabetta Franchi Mini Dress with 3D Applied Details and a pair of OYSBY Storm High Heels.
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OYSBY recently took over a midtown Manhattan loft to present an exclusive first look of their Spring/Summer 2016 collection to selective journalists.
60 editors, bloggers and stylists from various publications attended, including guests from Cosmopolitan, O.K! Magazine, Redbook, Runway Riot, Vogue and VAMP, giving their early feedback on OYSBY London 2016 collection.
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