How to wear lightweight and comfortable womens sandals ? What is their difference from sandals? Where is it appropriate to wear sandals? Before you know the answer to these questions, here is a very short digression into history.
The word sandals come from the Greek word sandal, and means light shoes, the sole of which most often without a heel is fixed to the foot with ropes or straps. Despite the consonance, sandals should be distinguished from the sandal, which has a closed toe and backdrop.
Sandals are one of the most ancient types of shoes among the Babylonians, Egyptians, and Israelis, Greeks and Romans and other peoples living in the equator. The main purpose of sandals is to protect your foot from hot soil or sand. Until the beginning of the 20th century, the appearance of sandals practically did not change.
What is the difference between sandals and shoes?
Sandals, unlike shoes, are both female and male. Sandals partially cover the foot and ankle joint, while sandals do not. In other words, sandals can be called more open shoes. As a rule, sandals mean shoes either on a flat sole, even if high, or shoes on a small heel. Sandals can be both on high, medium heels, and without it. In English, both fairly closed high-heeled ones are called