Open your own shoe rack and not being able to find the pair of shoes you had decided to wear. A frequent situation in which every woman has found herself at least once in her life!To overcome this problem, follow these simple tricks to have a shoe rack always tidy.
- Select the shoes you really use. Surely there are some models that you have not used for years: it’s time to get rid of them and make room!
- Clean the shoe cabinet with appropriate products.
- To avoid the formation of moisture, and therefore mold, place gauze bags with salt, bicarbonate or bits of charcoal inside the shoe rack. Moisture and mold are enemies of shoes!
- Class the shelves according to the type of shoes: sneakers, ballerinas, boots, pumps, etc … When you look for a particular model, you will go without fail, without wasting time.
- Place the shoes inside boxes on which to apply a photo or a ticket with the description of the model.
- If you choose not to use the boxes, order the shoes according to the frequency of use, dedicating the central shelves for those you wear often and in the highest shelves those that you seldom wear.
- Before putting your shoes back in your shoe rack, clean the soles well.
With these few steps your shoe rack will always be tidy!
At any event, ceremony or opening, Meghan Markle’s style is impeccable. Everything about every look is on-point and since her engagement to the Prince Harry, she became an style icon. But one thing that some eagle-eyed fans have noticed is that the Duchess of Sussex consistently wears shoes that are way too big for her feet. If you peek at photos of Meghan over the past few months, it’s evident this isn’t a one-time mistake by her stylist.
It isn’t a wardrobe malfunction, but a strategic choice often adopted by celebrities who, in public events, have to spend a lot of time standing up. The reason? Avoid the fearsome blisters due to too tight shoes. And if the foot slips forward and you risk walking with difficulty? No problem. As the fashion expert Harriet Davey suggests, just fill the tip with some fabric or cotton. Meghan Markle looks at style and practicality too. An example all women can get inspiration from.
It is said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. But the feet unveil a lot about the a person’s temper. Experts classify them into 5 macro categories, according to their shape. And each of these categories reveals unique characteristics. Let’s see together what are the groups and what secrets they contain.
Egyptian foot. It is tapered and has the classic shape of a ladder with the big toe longest thank the second toe, the second toe longer than the third one and so on. According to the lovers of podomancy, people with this foot shape are concrete, rational, nature lovers and a bit moody.
Greek foot. This category includes the feet with the second toe longer than the big toe and the other 3 fingers are smaller, scaling down. It is reputed the most harmonious foot, so much to be called model foot. For the experts, who has a Greek foot is a person with a strong personality, very active, enthusiastic, always looking for stimulating activities.
Roman foot. It has a square shape, with the first three fingers that are roughly the same length while the fourth and fifth toes are slightly smaller. For podomancy fans, people belonging to this category are very pragmatic, reliable and reflective.
Germanic foot. The last 4 fingers are all the same length and are much smaller than the big toe. People included in this category are rational, concrete, do not like changes and always carry out a commitment made.
Celtic foot. A foot is thus defined if it has a tapered second toe that is very long, more than the big toe. For the experts, this is the category that includes curious people, brought to action and physical activity. Passionate and loyal to their partner.
Of course, you can not know your future, reading your feet, but surely the study of podomancy offers equally interesting information about us. And what do you think? Do you find yourself with what is indicated for the category of your foot?