Over The Knee Stiletto Boots
The high heel is a heel manufactured over the knee stiletto boots and shoes women significantly raising the height of the foot and exceeding that of the toes. The high heel gives a general aesthetic illusion of longer legs, more refined and slender. The high heel has a variety of styles, including, among others, the over the knee stiletto boots heel. According to some sites of great designers such as Jimmy Choo and Gucci, a "low heel" is associated with a heel measuring less than 6 centimeters (2. 5 inches), while the "Heel" is usually associated with heels measuring 8. 5 cm (2. 5 to 3. 5 inches). Beyond 8 inches, the heel is considered "high heels". Although high heels are worn by women and adolescent girls , there are different styles of over the knee stiletto boots and shoes that both sexes can usually wear, including in particular the cowboy. Previous centuries, men also wore high heels. The high-heeled shoes or shoes with heels higher than the toes, is the subject of a number of questions. Of high-heeled over the knee stiletto boots for toddlers and girls of primary school. This kind of boots that break ankles, that damage the cartilage of the knees and begin osteoarthritis. What a great innovation! Toddlers will have a more feminine when they have assumed and "age" (definition of age is perpetually modified by today's society) to dress in "woman", they will have much more confidence! Nonsense that keep piling up, my faith. ". . . A woman calls out to me, accompanied by her young girl of about eleven years, the latter being made up and dressed like a bachelor of 19 years in search of a lover. . " My first reaction was denial, but no, it must be a joke, yet we are not on April 1, and those who contemplate with satisfaction the brown over the knee stiletto boots littered with shiny silver do not seem to laugh at this joke in poor taste, even least those who are trying their young girls in first grade. I leave the store quickly, and perceive a mother warns her child. The small "Sophie" wobbles on its new high-heeled over the knee stiletto boots and shakes his head. But tell me, when will she wear them? To go out to bars? The world is paradoxically in reverse. Why pay for weapons of mass destruction posed by these high heels for toddlers?. The frustration is fading gradually in me there will always be children who crumble under a mountain of things they want. Child-king, you know. Then, while I replaced the boxes to the shoe store where I work, a woman calls out to me, with his young girl of about eleven years, up and dressed as an unmarried 19-year quest for a lover. Totally confused, no word comes to my mouth. I explain that we do not sell high-heeled over the knee stiletto boots for girls, because it blocks the growth of young and causes back pain. The girl started her crisis by crying and screaming . . . . I miss some explanation, but anyway, this upsets me hyper. Media dictatorship rules over the knee stiletto boots children's choices on a daily basis. It treats children with the ultimate goal: a thin, clothes fashionable and the look of the boys on them. For now, this goal leads superficial in my opinion looks more pedophiles and problems of aging too quickly assumed a life. I remember when I was playing in the mud with my old sneakers navy blue, my sweatshirts wide and brush my hair. My lack of concern about my appearance. That's a period as envy, childhood, carefree, fun, happiness in its purest form, whatever. Today, girls who wear leggings in a straightjacket Joshua Perets, with the added bonus of high-heeled over the knee stiletto boots and hair brushed and shiny products, shoppers and take pictures with their iPod or their cell. I'd be very curious to ask these young hypersexualized the definition of happiness. We are a team of students from Cégep Marie-Victorin interested in writing. We created a student newspaper in 2010, Medium Rare, and since the paper was a fulfillment. Our team of writers, photographers, graphic designers and artists. To publish more articles, we . . Read more. . . .