What To Wear Female Espadrilles In The Summer?

Espadrilles are shoes of Spanish origin. Once they were used by poor peasants, weaving a sole of a special kind of dried grass and sewing pieces of flax and canvas to it. Over time, these light, breathable summer shoes on a flat sole, which sprung and easily took the form of the foot, attracted the famous designer Yves Saint Laurent. The couturier provided women’s espadrilles with platforms and tankettes, decorated them with pretty ribbons that fastened ankle-length, instilling a love for simple high-end ladies shoes from high society and ordinary girls. Continue reading →