Birthdays, weddings, inaugurations, bar mitzvahs, dedications, baptisms, graduations or any other special event held in the company of family and dear friends are always more memorable when everyone gets well into the spirit of things.
Almost always, it’s up to the principals, the bride and groom, or the celebrants to set the mood and make their guests feel totally at ease. And you know how these parties are, there’s always dancing involved. And maybe even a little singing. The main ingredients for a fun time with lots of people on the dance floor and jostling for first position on a karaoke microphone.
You would special occasion sandals would have little to do with instigating such an atmosphere of fun and informality, but no – this time, it can all start from the bottom. In the 1980s a trend became popular, one involving wearing tennis shoes to go along with an expensive suit; sometimes, women would also wear tennis shoes with their business suits and skirts. This relaxed, almost defiant, and purposeful move to turn the rules of formal or business dressing on its head was one of the highlights, as it were, of a decade where visual style was brought to the fore, what with the advent of 24 hour MTV and pioneering music videos.
Our suppliers have been creating romantic, magical, beautiful, and stylish weddings since we ever started. Most of our partners have organized occasions where weddings and special occasions are held on a regular basis. We all fell in love with the romance in the air. You can rest assure that our dedication always delivers – to have style, creativity and spirit in every event they participate in.
Special Occasion Sandals: mean Grand Times Guaranteed for All
With many designs to choose from, for any manner of occasion – from formal to informal, from gatherings of two to tens and hundreds – you simply cannot go wrong with our sophisticated set of casual footwear, that you can even enhance yourselves with any color you wish. Before mass production of shirts and skirts and such, people, mostly female members of families, would sit down with their crotchet needles and much later, sewing machines and literally crank out the clothes they needed for everyday use.
Shoes were just another part of these accessories. Eventually, shoes made of cloth gave way to the leather industry as specialized craftsmen started mass-producing shoes and clothes and whatnot, often taking on dual roles of salesmen who peddled them afterwards.
Often, shoes of leather were utilized primarily as work boots. Even then, there were already dyeable shoes, as dyes were already used as leather shoes came in regular, black, brown and even white colors. The rise of the sewing machine in the 1800s changed the industry, as shoes were mass-produced, with soles sewed onto shoe bottoms.
Rubber soles for shoes slowly gave rise to the casual or sports shoe segment, with the first canvas-top shoes appearing in 1917. Canvas-top shoes and the way they would easily absorb dye became the next wave in the evolution of the shoe design.