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Love of Shoes and Indian Women August 20, 2008

Filed under: India,regular shoes,Shoes — Dips @ 7:49 pm
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High Red Heels

High Red Heels

Shoes. No matter what women say, they love shoes. Women are judged and loved or despised, characterized and compartmentalized on the basis of what they are wearing on those very important organ – feet.

Everyone loves a pair of shoes that makes her look nice. Oh yes, men like shoes too – but not in the in-depth manner that women do. Men just… like them. They like heels when they want a woman to look sexy and they like sports shoes when they know they are going for a walk.

But women. Uh-uh. They know the real worth of what that women in the corner of the room ha on her feet. Frayed or not, shoes form an eternal part of every modern woman’s life.

No matter what they say.

No matter what men think, women really, really dress up for the sake of the other women they meet. And when they wear some shoes, it is to ensure their impression on the other lady out there, is a correct one. Of course, once in a while they would like to wear what their man likes – if that is, he likes something worth wearing.

And so, they buy shoes. For different occasions, dresses, of different colours, designs. And the shoe industry grows.

Indian woman have had a long time coming to this freedom to splurge on shoes. Gone are the days when the local Mochi would make a copy-cat design for you from an old magazine, for which you would wait weeks. Gone are the times that Bata ruled the roost and anything else was expensive and not so nice.

Today, any mall worth its calling would have at least a couple of high-end international shoe brands with flats, open toes, kitten heels and the very fuck-me, high heels.
Oh, so you dont know what kitten heels are? Or, for that matter that ‘fuck me’ shoes exist?
Well, allow me to enlighten you. For this is all that I intend to do – talk about shoes.


6 Responses to “Love of Shoes and Indian Women”

  1. misshoe,
    congratulations on this first post of urs and looking forward to see and read a lot of ‘interesting’ stuff. I hope that this blog would aspire to be an alternate ans to 42, ans to the most important question ever thought and asked, What women want!
    with warm regards

  2. youknowme Says:

    WooT!.. good show misshoe, hope to see many more posts on this neglected topic of sartorial splendour!.. SHOES dammit!..

  3. rexdude Says:

    Well well.
    I daresay Indian women shoes are pretty much attractive compared to the usual high heels n stilettos. Then again I’m no expert, and you’re here to enlighten the readers anyway ^^

  4. razzus Says:

    Ah, I never knew Indian women are concerned about showing off their footwears to the rival species. It is in sharp contrast to a female friend of mine, who was more interested in getting the footwear matching the color of her dress, rather than showing it off to the other females. Borrow, buy or burgle, but get the correct matching. Besides, red high heels arent quite prevelant in Indian women, thats what I feel. I look forward to enlightening myself on the various kinds of shoes.

  5. misshoe Says:

    @ Mr NMD
    Thanks ^^ and yes, this is definitely aspiring to be “42” for all things shoe-ey

    @ YKMe
    May shoes never ever be neglected by an abject Sartorialist!

    Indian shoes they will be, and variety for sure is much more than just stilettos!

    @ Razzus
    Hmm…do you think wearing a pair matching her clothes was not a vanity about the range and care she took about her shoes? Believe me, the other women would notice it more than the guys in the room – that her shoes always match her clothes. Wait n learn.

  6. […] add to above, Id say, you definitely need a pair of Indian Sandals! As I mentioned earlier, the range of shoes available to the common ladies of India are quite different from those […]

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