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יום שבת, 7 בינואר 2012

What's the difference between Doll shoes, Ballerina shoes and flat Pumps?

What's the difference between doll shoes, ballerina shoes and flat pumps? The surprising answer to this question is that all three the same shoes - the only difference is the name.

It's a shoe that slip up on the foot without laces or a zipper, and covers the toes. Sometimes shoe comes with a strap wrapped around the ankle and it always has a very low heel or flat heel.

Doll shoes were once equally common in men's wardrobe as in women's, but in recent years these shoes have become the exclusive province of women only. That fact gives these shoes a special feminine gender  effect - without the need for high heels. The combination of comfortable and feminine shoes makes them a very fashionable piece of clothing.

Doll shoes have one major drawback - the structure of them is such that leaves the ankle area exposed and attracts unwanted attention to it. As I have mentioned before emphasizing the ankle is not recommend and should be avoided as much as possible. Therefore, for anyone who chooses the option of doll shoes, I would recommend picking one of the following:





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