Shoes are not only worn to protect the human feet. They are also worn because they add the final touch to the style you are trying to create. Its history is very long and nobody really knows when the first ones were created. We do know that they were originally made to warm and protect the feet.
In the Twentieth Century
In 1929, when the British colonial empire extended to the East, a shoe with an innovative aesthetic revolutionized the concept. The taste of British travelers who moved from the British centers to the more exotic territories were forever changed. The Shanghai was born, footwear characterized by a casual and sporty line. This was opposed to that classic style that in the previous decades had never changed much.
The 1929 model of Shanghai, a shoe that has made the history of footwear and more in fashion. It is back in the limelight today with the inevitable elements that already drew it and with natural and balanced colors to present themselves more informal, without sacrificing quality and a sophisticated touch.
Like all shoes, even the handmade shoes must be preserved at best. Not only when they are stored for change between one season and another, but also in everyday life. Maintaining the shape of the shoes is one of the attention that should be reserved for all shoes, regardless of their economic value!
A good habit is, first of all, to keep the shoes clean and neat, dedicating a few minutes each evening. Remove the mud and dirt, let them dry and dry buckles and tassels, hydrate and polish them. These are gestures can take a little time, but very useful to keep them at their best.
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