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The staying power of court shoes (photos)

Tue, 16 Dec 2014 Source: Linda Abrefi Wadie | GhanaWeb

Court shoes popularly known as ‘full shoes’ temporarily lost their standing since wedge and pencil heeled shoes engaged the fancy of wearers. Partly because some ladies felt uncomfortable in court shoes due to its closed toe heels with no buckles. Some complained the shoes pinched feet disregarding the fact that any wrongly worn footwear would hurt the feet. A court shoe is one with a low-cut front without a fastening, however, some have an ankle strap. Interestingly, court shoes are made of different colours and can be worn with executive attires, long/short dresses, skinny skirts or jeans. The shoes particularly look stunning when worn with skinny jeans. Young ladies will do well to acquire one to stand out from the crowd. One great advantage of court shoes is that it is ideal for both a sunny or cloudy day and can be worn by ladies of all sizes desirable of breathing life into a dull outfit.

Court shoes popularly known as ‘full shoes’ temporarily lost their standing since wedge and pencil heeled shoes engaged the fancy of wearers. Partly because some ladies felt uncomfortable in court shoes due to its closed toe heels with no buckles. Some complained the shoes pinched feet disregarding the fact that any wrongly worn footwear would hurt the feet. A court shoe is one with a low-cut front without a fastening, however, some have an ankle strap. Interestingly, court shoes are made of different colours and can be worn with executive attires, long/short dresses, skinny skirts or jeans. The shoes particularly look stunning when worn with skinny jeans. Young ladies will do well to acquire one to stand out from the crowd. One great advantage of court shoes is that it is ideal for both a sunny or cloudy day and can be worn by ladies of all sizes desirable of breathing life into a dull outfit.

Source: Linda Abrefi Wadie | GhanaWeb