Saturday, January 31, 2009


i ponteng kerja today because of,uh,personal is 1034 in the morning.i hadnt had my breakfast(mainly because theres nothing edible in the kitchen.WHY AM I ALWAYS LEFT HUNGRY?)and im home alone.everybody went..somewhere.i wanted to follow lin to lowyat but this personal reason of mine interfered with my intentions.haha.

so today im in the mood to blog about something important in our lives.ill give you a a clue;we WEAR lee,theyre not underwears lmao.

theyre shoes!

nowdays haa,got lots and lots of types of shoes you know.gladiator sandals/heels,mary janes,flip flops,picket finces etc etc.

so i googled a bit bout it and i found that theres about 14 types of shoes.
lets start with the first one shall we.

1.Ballet flats

Ballet flats are derived from a woman's soft ballet slipper, with a very thin heel or the appearance of no heel at all. The style usually features a ribbon-like binding around the low tops of the slipper and may have a slight gathering at the top-front of the vamp (toe box) and a tiny, decorative string tie. Ballet slippers can be adjusted and tightened to the wearer's foot by means of this string tie.

these are my most300x favorite type of shoe!theyre so comfortable like fvwekrjhffqwjrk.but sometimes the back of ur foot can melecet la.its a good idea to wear skin-coloured/black socks or black leggings with them.or if you dont want to wear socks just stick one or two band-aids at the back of your foot to prevent the melecets lol.

flats can be worn with almost everything.except when your going out for candle light dinners.ok buruk gile pakai ballet flats dengan long dress.haha.


Sandals are an open type of footwear, consisting of a sole held to the wearer's foot by straps or thongs passing over the instep and around the ankle. While the distinction between sandals and other types of footwear can sometimes be blurry (as in the case of huaraches—the woven leather footwear seen in Mexico), the common understanding is that a sandal leave most or all of the foot exposed. People may choose to wear sandals for several reasons, among them economy (sandals tend to require less material than shoes), comfort in warm weather, and as a fashion choice.

sandals can be comfortable.and they can also be just have to pandai pilih lol thats all.there are high-heeled sandals and flat sandals.but i think the high-heeled ones look more like thick stilettos lol.flats sandals are tehh bestt.(yes ppl i am flat-obsessed.ok tat didnt came out right)


In footwear and fashion, flip-flops (also known as thongs, jandals, slippers, pluggers, or go-aheads[1]) are a flat, backless, usually rubber sandal consisting of a flat sole held loosely on the foot by a Y-shaped strap, like a thin thong, that passes between the first (big) and second toes and around either side of the foot. They appear to have been developed based on traditional Japanese woven or wooden soled sandals.

these are usually worn on the beach because boleh bawak masuk laut sekali.ok tipu.i dunno why ppl wore them to the beach.sebab senang nk jalan kot.entah.hahaha.tapi kat malaysia ni pergi shopping mall pon orang pakai lol.

i went to aussie in 2006.i see majority orang kat sana pergi everywhere pkai flipflops je.siap ada orang main skate pakai flipflop(yang ni aku memang tak paham.flipflop dia grip kuat kot?) kat dreamworld aku ngn tyah syok-syok je pakai kasut dengan stoking lagi.derang main rides pakai flipflop je.aku rasa sungguh overdressed.

4.Loafers(aka slip-on shoes)

Slip-ons, are low, leather lace-less shoes. The style most commonly seen, known as a loafer in American culture, has a moccasin construction. First appearing in the mid-1930s from Norway, they began as casual shoes, but have increased in popularity to point of being worn in America with city lounge suits, though these still require lace-up shoes in more conservative locations such as Britain. They are worn in many situations in a wide variety of colours and designs, often featuring tassels on the front, or metal decorations (the 'Gucci' loafer).

aku ingat masa kecik aku panggil kasut ni kasut kismis.kenapa?entah la.hahaha.i had a pair of these bought them from africa.selesa nak mampus.but i thnk zaman sekarang ni old lady je yang pakai kot.kot la.aku tak buat pun survey sape pakai loafers sape tak.haha.

5.Saddle Shoes

Saddle shoes are formal two-toned leather footwear, the normal coloration is white and black, although other colorations are frequently sold. The toe and back of the shoe are white and the name comes from the saddle of black leather on the middle part which has the eyelets. Saddle shoes are worn by both men and women in a variety of styles ranging from ultra high platforms to golf cleats. Saddle shoes were often worn by women mainly girls of the 50's with skirts, a white blouse and bobby socks.

saddle shoes yang zaman dulu punya flat je.macam tap dancing punya shoes.i know,boring.tapi gambar atas ni made me wanna buy a a pair lol.


A stiletto heel (AmE: spike heel) is a long, thin heel found on some boots and shoes, usually for women. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930s.[1] Stiletto heels may vary in length from 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) to 20 cm (8 inches)or more if a platform sole is used, and are sometimes defined as having a diameter at the ground of less than 1 cm (slightly less than half an inch). Stiletto-style heels shorter than 5 cm are called kitten heels. Not all high slim heels merit the description stiletto. The extremely slender original Italian-style stiletto heels of the very early 1960s were no more than 5mm in diameter for much of their length, although the heel sometimes flared out a little at the tip. After their demise in the mid-late 1960s, such slender heels were difficult to find until recently due to changes in the way heels were mass-produced. However, no moulded plastic heel with internal metal tube can hope to achieve the slender line or strength of a metal-stemmed stiletto, so it was only a matter of time before popular opinion and the demands of shoe designers brought back the manufacture of genuine stiletto heels.

these are killer shoes.literally.i can wear them no longer than 2 minutes.ill either fumble forward and fall flat on my face or get a big gigantic blister from a flat person.stilettos are a no-no for me lol.but i plan on buying one.just for the sake of owning it.hehehe.


Mary Jane is an American term (formerly trademarked) for a kind of strap shoe or sandal that typically has low heels, broad and rounded closed toes, and a single-buckle strap across the instep and/or around the ankle. They are often made of black patent leather, although some current incarnations can be in a wide array of colors and are also made of canvas or suede.

i think mary janes are cuutee.because they have straps.macam budak sekolah punye kasot lol.but the high heeled ones are soo not budak sekolah type.they look more like stripper shoes when theyre being high-heeled lmao.


A Moccasin is a shoe made of deerskin or other soft leather, consisting of a sole and sides made of one piece of leather, stitched together at the top, and sometimes with a vamp (additional panel of leather). The sole is soft and flexible and the upper part often is adorned with embroidery or beading, et cetera. Historically, it is the footwear of many Native American tribes; moreover, hunters, traders, and European settlers wore them.

these look a lot like loafers.minus the fact that they look ancient lol.this,i wouldnt wear even if you give me a huge mansion in Beverly i heard most of them re mde from moose skin.ew.SAVE THE MOOSES!ok wtf.

ok my personal problems are getting the better of me.i gotta stop now or i wont blog okay exaggerate gile.ill continue my shoe journey when i fell bettaahh.

to be continued.

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