IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO!

 

 

​This post will take you to your ancestors and back, with love

 

So the year before people were photographers and makeup artists… And the year before that they were bakers… everyone was selling selling and selling…  this year let us be the biggest loosers Drop those pounds youve been meaning too… Inspire someone… Change somebody’s life.. spread peace and love… it begins with You and I…
I have decided I am going to educate a nation and many other things on top.

Many people’s minds revolve around relationships, partnership and topics of the sort when I say about two to tango , basically, that is how it is always used. I am here talking about the pair that has always fascinated my world and appearance. SHOES ….  Let me share with you the history

It’s hard to imagine a time before they invent shoes. Yet what started as a practical ventu grown into a varied, booming industry just a concerned with art as it is with functionality Though all shoes share basic characteristic coloring, materials, and designs have transformed drastically over thousands of years in the fascinating history of footwear.


From archeological and paleoarcheological evidence, experts hypothesize that shoes w invented around in the Middle Paleolithic pe approximately 40,000 years ago. However, it wasn’t until the Upper Paleolithic period that footwear was consistently worn by populati The earliest shoe prototypes were soft, mad wraparound leather, and resembled either s or moccasins.


Jump ahead a few thousand years to the beginning of modern footwear. In Europe’s Baroque period, women’s and men’s shoes very similar, though fashions and materials differed among social classes. For common heavy black leather heels were the norm, an aristocrats, the same shape was crafted out wood.


In the 18th century, fabric shoes like the sil below were very much a la mode.


In the early 1800’s, women’s and men’s sho finally began to differ from one another in st color, heel, and toe shape. Cloth-topped sho made an appearance during this era, and bo grew exceedingly popular. After much fluct the standard for a man’s heel finally settled inch.


Up until 1850, shoes were made straight, m that there was no differentiation from left a right shoes. As the twentieth century appro shoemakers improved comfort by making fospecific shoes.


In the 20th century, the face of footwear ch drastically from decade to decade. This was in part to a variety of technological advance made the shoemaking process simpler.


During the Great Depression, black and bro shoes dominated the American market. Sho after, Oxfords became a popular male choic cork-soled, platform shoes grew popular am women.

Though men’s shoe styles remained relative unchanged following World War II, women’s shoes made another dramatic alteration in t appearance. Women’s shoes were now arc sophisticated and made to highlight the foo Delicate heels grew narrower as the decade progressed.


As the female presence in the workplace gr the last few decades of the 20th century, so did their heels. In the early seventies, platfor shoes and wedges were popular among wo though they became less-so in the eighties nineties. Men’s shoe trends, however, were markedly static, as oxfords and loafers rem the dominant style. In 1986, Doc Martens, o heralded as an anti-fashion statement, were considered socially acceptable.


These days, there are shoes for every occas mood, and preference. There has also been movement away from styles that focus prim on comfort and function, as many designers shifting interest from a matter of practicality that of aesthetics. Celebrities like Lady Gag introduced the world to footwear that’s mor and armadillo than it is clothing. If footwear trends continue in this fashion, we can exp shoes of the future to be even more out-of-this-world.

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Earlier in the 20th century in the remote areas of Africa shoes weren’t a necessity and few people saw the need to have them on. Few people used shoes for going to the toilet only. Their shoes were wooden sole and a raised toe-holder which was between the biggest toe and the second one. It had a wider holder on top to help hold the two toes together. This wasn’t easy to use hence people in Africa preferred walking bare footed.


This narrative changed very fast as shoes came in and out of Africa while people traveled. People prevented their feet from thorns and other pricking materials, heat and dirt. Nowadays shoes are the safest measures one takes when going out.

It takes two of them to complete…

Follow up and share widely… Later on I will post the different kind of shoes to wear on different occasions.

Thank you in advance for sharing, sincerely your girl.

©ShufaaYakut2017

This Article Has 4 Comments
  1. mumbiangela says:

    Indeed It takes two to tango. Those shoes from an eon ago…look funny.lol

  2. mahmood says:

    I love the articulation and research put on the article. Keep it coming.

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