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Beautifully designed Pleaser Women's Smitten-10/WB T-Strap Pump,White/Black Patent,6 M US from category of two piece heel with fenomenal style are well known for extraordinary quality with price of (57.95, 'USD') that will make you happy.
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Two piece high heel pumps is long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes usually for women. The most popular of two piece heels are black high heels. Women love to wear black heels because they consider it as sexy heels. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase that was first recorded in early 1930. Stiletto heels may vary in length from 2.5 cm or more if used platform sole, and is sometimes defined as having a diameter on the ground is less than 1 cm (a little less than one half inch). Stiletto-style heels 5 cm (2.0 in) or less is called kitten heels. Not all thin high heel stiletto deserve description. Ultra-thin original Italian-style stiletto heels in the late 1950s and very early 1960s was more than 5 mm (0.20 inches) in diameter for most of their length, sometimes even fifth flared out a bit on the upper part (tip). After their deaths in the mid late 1960s, they were thin heels hard to find until recently due to changes in the way heels were mass-produced. Real stiletto heel has a stem strength steel or alloy. The more common method for mass production of high heels shoes, ie molded plastic with interior metal pipe fitting, does not reach the real Stiletto shape. History Relatively thin high heels were certainly around in the late 19th century as numerous fetish drawings attest. There Firm photographic evidence in the form of photos Parisian singer Mistinguett from 1940. These shoes were designed by Andre Perugia, who began designing shoes since 1906thIt seems unlikely that he invented the stiletto, but it is probably the first firmly documented designer of high, thin heel. The word comes from the Stiletto, which is a long thin blade. Her use in the footwear first appeared in print in the journal New Statesman in 1959: She is ... forward, her walk due to an unbalanced the absence of a heel stilettos. High heel shoes are worn by men and women courtiers. Stiletto heels came with the advent of technology use support metal shaft or stem mounted in the square, instead of wood or other weak materials that require a wide square. This revival rich heel style can be attributed to the designer Roger Vivier, and such models have become very popular in 1950th. Eventually stiletto heels become more famous for their erotic nature than for their ability to height. Stiletto heels are common fetish item. As a fashion product, their popularity has changed over time. After the initial wave of popularity in the 1950s, they reached their most sophisticated form in the early 1960s, when the fingers shoes, which she wore became as slender and elongated as the stiletto heels themselves. As a result, the overall sharpness of outline, it was customary for women to relate to the whole shoe as a “stiletto”, not only the fifth through synecdoche (pars pro toto). Although they officially faded from the scene after the Beatle era began, their popularity continued in the street, and women stubbornly refused to give them up, even after they can no longer easily found in regular stores. Version stiletto heel was reintroduced as soon as 1974 Manolo Blahnik, which he called his “new” heel needle. Similar heels were stocked in large Biba store in London, by Russell & Bromley and small boutiques. Old, unsold stocks pointed-toe stilettos and contemporary efforts for their occurrence (no real stiletto heel due to changes in the way heels were until then However, mass production) were sold in the street markets of fashion and became popular with punks and other fashion “tribes” in the late 1970s until delivery inspirational original styles dwindled in the early 1980s. Later, the round toe shoes with a slightly thicker (sometimes cone-shaped) semi-stiletto heels, in an attempt to transmit thinness often very high often worn in the office with power suits broad shoulders. The style survived through a lot in 1980, but almost completely disappeared in 1990, when professional and college-age women have to wear shoes with thick, block heels. Slender stiletto heel staged a remarkable comeback after 2000, when young women adopted the style of dress office wear or adding a feminine touch to casual wear, such as jeans. Stiletto heels are particularly associated with the image of the femme fatale. Often considered to be seductive piece of clothing, and frequently appeared in popular culture. Image Sandals, like all similar high-heeled shoes, give the optical illusion of a longer, slimmer legs, lower leg, and generally greater height. Changing the posture of the wearer and walking, flexing the calf muscles and making breasts and buttocks more prominent. Disadvantages All high heels against the natural functionality of the foot that can create skeletal and muscular problems when users wear excessively; these shoes are a common cause of venous complaints such as pain, fatigue and feelings of heavy legs, and has been found to stimulate the venous hypertension in the lower limbs. Despite its impracticability, their popularity continues unabated - as he said UK shoe designer Terry de Havilland, “people say that bad leg, but they are good for the mind what is more important.?” Stiletto heels concentrate a lot of power in a small space. Great pressure on the basis of such a heel, which is larger than that under the feet of an elephant, can damage carpets and floors. Stiletto heels, unless it is equipped with a “heel cap” may be impractical for outdoor use on a soft surface (such as grass, sand or mud), or in environments where the damage is unacceptable floor.