The other day Romi wrote another hilarious post entitled, “Attack of the Slutty Sandals“, at which time she asked the question, and I’m not quoting simply interpreting, should you go for comfort or sex appeal when choosing a summer shoe. She she hates feet, she hates your feet and she hates my feet. But if she saw my feet she would fall in love with them immediately because everyone gets hypnotized by their cuteness, and feet-haters nationwide fall all over them fawning with glee, but I digress.
So, Coincidentally I received an email yesterday that might make Romi hate feet even more, but if she or anyone else is interested you may first browse a photographic journey of the latest shoe picks in Japan they are quite interesting.
The last one with the horse shoe on the bottom is definitely my favorite. I am a long time lover of horses and the clop, clop, clop sound of their shoes on the pavement and now I too can make it, with my feet! Hooray. And I am sure there is at least one style Romi will like and can order through the mail, because mostly you just don’t see the feet, the shoe, (I hesitate to even call these shoes because they look more like ballet slippers), but the shoe thing is the focus of your attention, and the woman who wears them is most certainly a lover of painful fashion and a real trooper in my book!
Speaking of troopers, I had heard, but never actually believed that Japanese women, back in the day had their feet bound in order to make them smaller. And I not being that inquisitive do not know whether or not foot binding is still practiced, I doubt it. And like I said I couldn’t really believe anyone would bind their child’s foot but I was wrong, because at least one woman has had her feet bound.
That’s dead sexy, right?