Foot wear is an important wear in the sense that it protects the foot from injury and damage. It adds beauty to clothing. However there are different styles and shapes footwear exist in, that we shall know in this post.
Frye is a boot with 5 inch heel, hatless belt around ankles and mid shaft with handles on the sides.
Wellington is a rubber boot; it is waterproof and can be worn together with a round coat.
Flip flop is a kind of footwear with a band between the biggest toe and other toes.
Clog is a round shoe mad entirely or partially out of wood, best worn on skirts.
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It is a flat closed toe shoe that has a closed back, traditionally made from canvass with jute sole.
It is a neither shoe that has no buttons, straps or zippers, it is easily worn.
This is a shoe inspired by ballet slippers; it has a flat heel, closed toe, typically low cut, showing more of the foot.
It is a type of riding boot, ankle high, tight feet with an elastic band on the side-no laces or zippers.
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It is laced up in two eyelets, ankle zippers low heel and rounded toe, usually in leather or suede.
It is a laced boat shoe similar to moccasin, typically canvass or leather.
It is a low leather step in shoe resembling a moccasin but with broad, flat heel.
Moccasin is a soft shoe made of one piece of leather, stitched together at the top.
It has a sharp and a pointed toe; it is popular in the UK amongst the rock n’roll fans in the 50s.
It is a classic British closed lace up dress shoe, often with a toe cap or embellished with perforations.
It is a shoe held to the foot by a strap passing over the instep and usually buckled at the side.
So all of the above are the various shoe styles contained in the fashion dictionary, worn with different clothing, they come in handy.