Heels and Hemlines

They say hemlines and heels go up and down, just like stock markets. Hemlines and heels are like twin sisters who compliment those sexy long legs only when they match directions. High heels give an aesthetic illusion of long, more sexier and more toned legs. The invention of the high heel is attributed to Catherine of Medici in Paris, in 16th century, who used them due to her short stature, and soon introduced them to the European fashion. Parisian prostitutes played a major role in making heels sexy; in fact their high heels identified them. A woman wearing heels gains more attention than any other women in flats. Wearing high heels alter the gait; your walk becomes sexier because the height of the heels forces your butt and chest out. A lot of Women claim wearing heels not only gives height but also power and authority.

Giovanni Casanova an Italian painter stated in his biography, high heels raised women’s hoop skirts, thus showing their legs. When it comes to the hemlines, as you know ‘men always like less’, most men love to check out those sexy long legs in heels. I find hemlines, as a very interesting part of the garment, if worn well will create wonders with your look. Skirts are always been a part of feminine dressing, never made to men’s wardrobe. I’d say showing legs is one of the fashion birthright for any woman. The designers till date are using hemlines as one of the best style feature. There was a time when short woman always wanted to wear heels but now it doesn’t matter.

From Alexander McQueen to Alejandro Ingelmo and from Madonna to Gaga, heels are always sexy and beautiful as it were. Platforms, pumps, peep toes or stilettos choose the one that is right for those beautiful legs and step out in style. Enhance your height, look and sexiness all together show off those sexy legs walk out in style.

 

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