Shoes, Shoe History, And Memories Of My Grandfather, Master Shoemaker Ben Benjamin.
April 21, 2016 § 8 Comments
Tagged: Women's Footwear in America
Hospital shoes. Just plain ugly shoes in my opinion.
What would he say?! (They look comfortable. I think! Maybe they’d work with beach pajamas from the 1930s?)
Enjoy the day!
Comfort before style. I think there has to be a better way to blend the two.
Oh dear… And yet so many arthritic people could wear them. It is a challenge, shoes for nerve damaged feet. Even Lagerfeld couldn’t solve this one.
You make a very good point.
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