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Espadrilha

Espadrilha (Or wedges) is named for its manufacture, at the beginning was made with crushed grass, A type of plant that resembles straw, twisted in the sole of the shoe. Today, the jump is done with yet rustic materials such as raffia, straw, jute and braided ropes of straw. The espadrilhas were used by Spanish soldiers in the Civil War that occurred in the country in 1930. In late 1960, Yves Saint Laurent increased the size of shoe soles and made the leap to become more feminine. The 1970s were instrumental in creating a craze among the hippies.

Espadrilhas are the face of summer and enjoy this time many brands to create their models. There are those straightWithout heels, with canvas, which are the most basic. There is the model anabela, Super comfortable, which can be peep toe or not. Some use strips wound in the leg, but this type of sandal is not advisable for thick ankles.

Combine with dresses of espadrilha liberty print or polka dots, Is more delicate. The sandal also go great with jeans, enjoy the wave mixing jeans + jeans to put a rustic element in the feet. To leave modern, One suggestion is to use it with jeans and a blouse boyfriend fairer. High-waist skirts and monkeys are a great option this summer.

The only espadrilha not match clothes formal and winter. So forget the look of any tailoring. The air despretensiodo and casual is what most suits this season.

Where to Buy: Santa Lolla, Arezzo, New Order, Schutz, Luiza Barcelos, Maria Bonita Extra and Isabella Capet.

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January 13, 2011 - Posted by | product, trend

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