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Topless Shoes In The Seventeenth Century

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Seventeenth-century women were by far the most persnickety people in history ever about their shoes. I say this on account that there are records of women back then binding their feet because small and dainty feet were the most desirable size. Then, in 1660 women decided they didn’t want the same variety of shoe as the men did. So a trend had started with the now preferred designs of a pointed toe, hooked upward toe, or sometimes both. These shoes were also covered in extravagant ornaments and soft luscious fabrics. Although, for home events, women wore topless shoes inside, but before going out in these shoes they put on an over shoe. The overshoe is meant to protect the other shoe from the forces of nature. To sum up, the seventeenth century
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