The Domashny Ochag fashion dictionary will help you not to get lost in the variety of current shoe models.
Comfortable semi-closed shoes with low heels or flat soles, without fasteners, laces, buckles or Velcro, with a small tongue in the instep.
Slip-on shoes with long tongue, round toe and leather tassel or bar at the instep.
Shoes with "closed" lacing, where the vamp (the front of the boot) is sewn over the berets (two sides tied with a lace) - as opposed to a derby.
Classic pumps with patterned perforations, wide low heels and open or closed lacing.
A variety of Oxford shoes with open parallel lacing and berets sewn over the vamp.
Slim long slip-on shoes with one or two buckle straps.
LOW HEEL ANKLE BOOTS
This type of footwear, which occupies an intermediate position between pumps and ankle boots, is relevant in the new season with a low wide heel in the style of the 60s.
Rough, thick-soled combat boots with plenty of metal fittings, lacing or buckles.
High ankle boots in leather with side elastic, named after London's trendy district.
Very warm winter boots inspired by space boots worn by the pioneers on the moon.
(apres ski - fr. "after skiing") - warm winter shoes with thick soles with a synthetic upper lined with foam rubber or felt.
Boots with high tops that cover the knees are again at the peak of popularity. Pay attention to models with a flat sole or a small heel.
Tall boots with a stable heel, referring to the style of the 70s. Available in patent or matte leather, suede, fringed or strapped.