The last two posts about La prairie and Pandora box attracted a lot of men complain to me that I let their wallets bleeding. Haha:)
I think no matter a man or woman the reason why make money is that can have the ability to buy what you want and to give your loved ones what she/he want. We work hard to earn money so money has to work for us!
Now Christmas is coming soon, I’m thinking what kind of Christmas gift is suitable for your boyfriend or husband or father or any male friends. My advice is to buy one pair of leather shoes, they never will go wrong.
Men’s shoes simply divided into dress shoes and casual shoes. And dress shoes are generally divided into Opera shoes, Loafer shoes, Oxford shoes, Monk shoes and Derby shoes.
Opera Shoes is evolved from a formal wear shoes in the European court aristocracy and opera singers who wear shoes, removed high-heel and simplify the original flashy accessories, but still retained the M -shaped tongue and decorative elements on the upper, no lace no buckle.
Loafer shoes, mostly referring to the non- flat or low-cut lace shoes, and easy to wear on and off.
Monk shoes first appeared in lace shoes era before the invention, and therefore is one of the oldest shoes. Ride across the upper belt and metal buckle is the hallmark of Monk shoes.
Oxford shoes originally from the 16th century Scottish and Irish people while working in the highlands region, made of thick leather, refined and wearable. In the 17th century University of Oxford made improvement on the shoes and it got the sudden popularity, so then people called this shoes Oxford shoes. M-shaped shoes and both sides of the shoe with fine grain hollow carved winged design, and the upper perforations 3-5 holes.Shoes relatively tightly ears, then tie straps.
Derby shoes is characterized by tongue and the entire upper with a leather without stitching.Shoes with laces between the two ears fixed some distance,it is easy to adjust the tightness.
After you read this shoes post, do you get the idea what kind of shoes you will buy for him?