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Badgley Mischka Women's Pettal Platform Pump,White Satin,8.5 M US

Article - Badgley Mischka Women's Pettal Platform Pump,White Satin,8.5 M US

Perfect designed Badgley Mischka Women's Pettal Platform Pump,White Satin,8.5 M US from category of platform pump with perfect style are identifiable by extraordinary quality with great price of (269.97, 'USD') that will surprise even the biggest suspects.

  • Fabric
  • Imported
  • Leather sole
  • Heel measures approximately 4.25"
  • Platform measures approximately 1"
  • Platform pump featuring ruched overlay and sparkling rhinestone brooch at peep toe opening
  • Covered heel

Ladies feet in our shoes with high heels are a sight for sore eyes of trendsetters.Your legs will get a new form of visual appearance and will be recorded in the mens and womens eyes.Often you will feel of envious glances on your head.These heels are of superior materials and harmonious price and have been created for you.. Wear this footwear with enjoyment and propose them to others. Shoe size is 8.5 B(M) US. Fashion brand that created this footwear is Badgley Mischka.Their characteristics are: Ruching pours over a peep-toe, culminating with a gorgeous rhinestone ornamentation at the vamp..This footwear is made of fabric.Buy this product.Arrange purchase by clicking on button Click To Order..Beautiful color of White Satin.

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Price - 269.97 $

Brand - Badgley Mischka

Rating - 4.5

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Color & Size - White Satin & 8.5 B(M) US

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Platform heels (also known as disco boots, heels triangle, or a nude platform heels) shoes, boots or sandals with thick soles. They are often made of cork, plastic, rubber or wood (technically, also clogs). Platform shoes were worn for reasons such as fashion or added height in different cultures since ancient times. History Ancient Their use in ancient Greece to raise the height of important characters in the Greek theater and its similar use by the high-born prostitutes or courtesans in Venice in the sixteenth century, the platform shoes thought that they wore in Europe in the eighteenth century to avoid the muck of urban streets. The same practical origin of the Japanese geta. There may also be a link to the buskins of ancient Rome, who often have very thick soles to make additional height for the user. In ancient China men wore black boots with very thick soles made of layers of white clothes, this style of shoes today are often worn on the stage of Beijing Opera. During the Qing Dynasty Manchu women wore Aristocrat form of a platform shoe with a separate high-heeled style, which was later adopted during the 1590s in Europe. Modern Platform shoes enjoyed some popularity in the US, Europe and Great Britain from 1930 to 1950, but still far from the extent of their popularity from 1960 up to 1980. In the early 1930s Moshe (Morris) Kimmel designed the first modern version of the platform shoe actress Marlene Dietrich. Kimmel, a Jew, fled Berlin, Germany and settled in the United States with his family in 1939 and opened Kimmel shoe factory in Los Angeles. The concept quickly became very popular among the elite Beverly Hills. The largest and most long-lasting, platform shoe fad in history began in 1967, and continued until 1979 in Europe and the UK. Entertainment lasted even in the US, which lasts until it is just in the beginning of 1980. At the beginning of fad worn by mostly young women in their teens and twenties, and from time to time with the younger girls, older women and with the young men. Although the platform shoes do provide added height without the discomfort spike heels, it seems to have worn primarily for the sake of attracting attention. Many glam rock musicians wore platform shoes as part of their act. While there have been many styles during this period, including boots, espadrilles, oxfords, sneakers and sandals of all description, with outer soles of wood, cork, or synthetic materials, the most popular style of the late 1960s and early 1970s a popular strip is easy quarter sandals with tan water buffalo-hide strips in beige suede-wrapped cork wedge-heel platform sole. They were originally introduced under the brand name “Kork-Ease”, but extreme popularity to support many imitators. Amazingly, there was very little difference in style, and most of these changes was limited to the difference in height. As a fly progressed, manufacturers such as Candie's stretched the envelope of what was considered too outrageous to wear, while others like Famolare and Cherokee of California, introduced the “Comfort” platform, designed to combine the added height of platforms with support and comfort sneakers or even orthopedic shoes, and by the time the fad finally fizzled in the late 1980s, girls and women of all ages are wearing them. It may also be a by-product of this fad that Scandinavian clogs, which are considered rather outrageous in the late 1960s and early 1970s, became a classic of the 1980th by Vivienne Westwood, UK fashion designer, re-introduced high-heeled platform shoes in high fashion in the early 1990s; that is, while wearing a pair of Super Elevated Gilliam with five-inch platform and a nine-inch heels that super model Naomi Campbell fell on the catwalk at a fashion show. However, it did not catch on quickly and platform shoes began to resurface in the mainstream of fashion in the late 1990s only partly due to the UK band Spice Girls, whose members carried in large shoes.UK experience of platform shoes was slightly different from that in the United States. Great Britain is generally not so concerned with women's shoes occurs as small as possible; the long pointed shoes early 2000, giving an elongated look of the foot, have been increasingly popular in the US than in the UK. The trend was re-established in the late 1990s and early 2000s with a much higher threshold of what was considered outrageous: 1997-2004 parents usually think nothing of purchasing their preschool daughters and sons platform sandals that parents of 1973 would not want your older children wear. Walt Disney Company licensed Mickey Mouse and Disney Princess cutouts and images Action Man wearing platform shoes. Black platform pumppumps shoes that are thickened sections pads (known as elevators) under the heels, to the user, it seems higher, or “elevate” them, as the name suggests. Unlike high-heeled shoes, elevator shoes component, which increases the amount of the user is inside the shoe by hiding from observers. Elevator shoes, such as the heel, the platform of the shoe can be made from a variety of outer soles as plastic, wood or rubber. Shoes with thicker soles are also used in cases of orthopedic problems, although the term “elevator shoe” normally does not apply to it.