20 Apr Shoes to Women Like Cars To Men
“Women and their shoes…. and how they walk and strut around in them all day?” he said. Its something I was sure many men wondered even for a moment at one point or another. Thinking about it there were many reasons why. Shoes have various meanings. They give us a sense of style, empowerment and feeling like we have completed an outfit, sense of self, elongating our shape, length and when we wear them, we own it.
Jack, the established man, sat pensively and concluded that it made sense. Like a Ferrari or a McLaren does that to men, shoes do that to women. Its the feeling and the meaning. Various Ferrari’s have different type of engines. Shoes have different heels and structures depending on the what and where. Flats for every day wear, perhaps a small heel for office attire. Then the stilettos come out on a Saturday night. Ferrari’s have the same concept. The vintage collectors for special occasions then the 488 GTB for the drives, the comfort,sun and the sheer love. Shoes are the same. The investment and the feeling. Cars are to men what shoes are to women. Something that is a part of our self, our image and our being. Some Men don’t understand the relationship that women have with shoes. They think its a crazing addiction we are a slave to. Well what about cars to men. We don’t get the fascination with engines and petrol and the difference between a GT Russo to a California T. Both sexes have their reasoning. Possibly valid. Shoes are a part of us, our life and a way we strut in the city. Just as men strut in their cars. Its the touch, the feeling and the look that make it what it does. We all have something, so why not? Every now and then we have to upgrade. The old become old and we replace with the new. As shoes and as cars. They aren’t always the cheapest of investments, but necessary to change every now and then. The wear and tear becomes apparent. As much as you love what they have given you and the memories, you know its time. In time things become classic but there is nothing wrong with a bit of old and a bit of the new.