Every shoe has its name

8 February 2019

Often when we are about to buy a shoe, the staff calls the different shoes with various names that indicate the different model.

In this article we see some shoe names together.

Ankle Boots: the ankle boots are nothing more than boots, but unlike the boots, whose height stops at the calf, in the ankle boots the height stops about the ankle or just below it. Ankle boots can be high or low, with open or closed toe. An example? The article F501 model Lidia Tr by Mara Bini.

Boots: boots are all types of boots also called bikers, their height can end just above the ankle or up to the calf, like the article F546 model Chiara Tr by Mara Bini.

Décolleté: décolleté shoes are a type of footwear impossible to not know, they are unmistakable!

The most desired shoes and loved by all women. You can find different models with or without plateau, with or without strap, but the only thing that unites them is the heel! An example is Mara Bini’s F512 model Perla model.

Kitten Shoes: Kitten Shoes are similar to the décolleté but with the particularity of having a low heel of a few centimeters or midi. They are shoes with a romantic and bon ton style like the G721 Betty model of the new Mara Bini Spring Summer 2019 collection.

Mules: mules, also called sabot, are a type of shoe with a closed toe but with an open heel that can also be used as a buckle, very comfortable and fashionable like the article G715 model Saki Sabot of the new spring-summer 2019 collection by Mara Bini.

Tronchetto: the tronchetto is nothing more than an ankle boot but with a high heel. An example is the article F522 model Fabia Tr by Mara Bini.

Ballerina: the ballerinas are a type of ground-level footwear, completely closed except for the part of the back of the foot that remains uncovered, like the article F504 model Lidia by Mara Bini.

Moccasins: the moccasins are a type of footwear similar to the ballerina but completely closed, the only difference is their style more elegant and formal as the article F536 model Gioia by Mara Bini.

Oxford: the oxford or also called English shoes are shoes without heels, sometimes lace-up or with some accessory in the part of the back of the foot, giving a british and collegiate look like the article F547 model Chiara by Mara Bini.