Shoes, Shoe History, And Memories Of My Grandfather, Master Shoemaker Ben Benjamin.
June 1, 2014 § 2 Comments
Growing up my dad called women that wore shoes like these, sidewalk stewardesses. As a child I wasn’t very savvy, so when he’d spot one I would always look for a stewardess in uniform.
Tagged: New York City, Women's Footwear
Haha – no wonder I call today’s high heels ‘hooker shoes’!
I know. Too funny, right? 🙂
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