What are those shoes called?? | 22 types of shoes for women | Justine Leconte

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That moment when you see amazing shoes and want to tell someone about them, but you can’t describe the shoes’ name?? Yep, it happens to everybody.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Justin in Australia we have "Blundies" – blundstones, which are a Chelsea style boot except they are in a rough work style but still work as street wear. also, you cannot forget the New Zealand 'jandals'! flip flops or things depending on where else you live. downunder I assure does have it's share of glamour in footwear. but these are some ubiquitous natives!

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Ok, now I know all these types of shoes in English. Time to translate them to my language 😁

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Greek foot here, high arches and long…size 12, and yes, I absolutely LOVE sandals! But now I am going to get some good insoles and check out pointy shoes! Oooh! 👍🏻😄🌺💖. I just love your videos, Justine!

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    quite helpful! And I'll need to review it to try to remember all of them lol

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Here in Russia we wear all type of shoes and women looove high heeled shoes. I myself go crazy about all the variety of cowboy boots, pumps, wedges, chunky heels. I have my personal storage place at home. Exclusively for my shoes, mostly Italian and some american brands. Thank you Justine for your videos, I love them all!

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    In India: Rajasthani Mojri, Punjabi Jooti, Kolhapuri Sandals for starters please 🙂

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Nice video Justine. In India we have another type of shoe called as kolhapuris It's very colourful and interesting.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Martin boots are popular in China! whatever girls or boys, we wear them

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    In Southern California, we’ve been calling Chelsea boots “booties” for as long as I can remember. It always sounded wrong, but I didn’t know any other way to refer to them. Now I know. Thank you.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Hi Justine, if you're ever out of ideas for your videos, may I suggest you do a part 2 of these including more specific shoes (brogues, espadrilles, biker boots…) and a part 3 in which you take comments from your subscribers all over the world, and talk about each of those shoes too 🙂 I would love to see that.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Dansko clogs have been my favorite for 12 hours on my feet. As a nurse one often walks and stands for many hours during the day. The composite sole now makes the clog even more supportive and flexible for one like me. I’ve had flat feet and surgery age 16 to remove bunions bilaterally. Can you discuss how to buy shoes that look nice AND are comfortable? Thanks I love your channel Justine! I like your friendly good natured approach!

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    The world needs more kitten heels! It's way too hard to find nice kitten heels and I always wonder who wears all those high heels in see in shops.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    I’m from India and here, we have flats—jutis and mojris, (both closed at the toe) and Kolhapuri chappals (open, with toe support).

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Justine–Indigenous peoples of North America SVP–the terms you used are considered offensive.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Narrow heels and brick or cobblestone are a no-no. I ruined a brand new pair of patent leather heels and nearly got struck by a car while crossing at a brick crosswalk.

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    I wonder why you didn't mention the brouge (sp?), oxford or spectator type shoes?

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    el junio 4, 2019 a las 10:05 am
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    Salt water sandals & sling backs are my favs! Thanks you for this video 😄

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