Miyerkules, Mayo 23 2012
Guess Sandals and Women
Women are obsessed with shoes and I mean all women. And in this world where fashion is very important, shoes are the queen. It can make or break your day, fight with others, change your personality and more. You can’t blame us though. It all started with Cinderella and her very sweet fairy tale. Then there comes was Carrie Bradshaw with her to die for shoe collection.
Nowadays, there are shoe brands that stand out from the rest. There are some brands that had been ruling the shoe world for decades like Louboutin, Jimmy Choo and Prada, while there are some new brands that are emerging and taking the shoe world by storm like Guess. Guess sandals had been loved by women ever since it was launched by the brand famous on denims. Guess creates looks for men, women and children giving flavor to anyone looking to upgrade their style. I have found that many women love these shoes particularly because they have a familiar look to other well-known, more expensive brands out there. Not to say that Guess borrows a look, but it’s nice to have options when you can’t afford Jimmy Choo or Louboutin.
While sales of most things have plummeted thanks to the recession, shoes have gone up compared to the same period last year. Yes, buying a pair of shoes has always had near-supernatural effects — like instantly updating an outfit from last year or just making you feel hotter than hell. And today, we will explain the fascinating reasons why Guess sandals and other shoe brands are very important to us — and emptying our wallets — more than ever.
First of all, there's some serious mood-boosting going on when you try on any kind of apparel. And shoppers rationalize shoes as a practical buy, something they can wear multiple times a week — so they hold on to that pleasurable feeling. Shoes mood-altering traits also come from another brain reaction, says a survey. Buying new footwear stimulates an area of the brain's prefrontal cortex termed the collecting spot. Shoes are a collector's item, whether women realize they perceive them that way or not. Just think of how they're often stored artfully on shoe trees and shelves. They're like sculptures. As a result, collecting each type provides a mini-adrenaline rush similar to the satisfaction a stamp collector gets when he acquires a rare find.
Put Me In A Pedestal
Like most animals, we are wired to associate height with power. High heels can literally raise your status because you're taller when you wear them Heels carry historical significance as well, adding to their appeal. In previous centuries, only the wealthy wore high heels — everyone else had practical footwear to do manual labor. Shoes are (and will always be) a measure of class.
Stilettos are undoubtedly foxy, but why, exactly? When a woman wears them, she assumes a primal mating pose called lordosis. Her butt lifts, and her back arches. But there's more to it than how hot your ass looks. our minds are structured in a way that may associate feet with sex. The area of the brain that communicates with the genitals is right next to the area that deals with the feet. These regions share neural crosstalk, which may be why shoes can be erotic. And we thought it was just our lust for high style talking.