Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Get Your Shoe Vocabulary In Check

Women’s shoes wholesalers have to be in-the-know of all terms pertaining to wholesale shoes for women. You can't really have a business like this without knowing what your products are. So, get your women's shoes vocabulary by reading below: 

Ankle Strap
A style of footwear with a strap attached at the rear end of the shoe that encircles the ankle.

Ballerina Flat
ballet-style flat shoe that is good for everyday wear. These wholesale shoes can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion. Its versatility makes it a best-seller.

A style of footwear that extends above the ankle and above. This type of wholesale shoes sells out fast!

Known as a shootie or a shoe-boot, this is a boot that has the style of a shoe that does not go beyond the ankles.

D’Orsay (“door-say”)
A type of pump with one or both sides cut.

A rubber-soled sandal with and a woven rope or a similar material covering the wedge or the sole area.

Kitten Heel
A tapered low heel with a narrow base.

Mary Jane
A low-heeled shoe characterized with a strap that goes across the instep. The Mary Jane will  never go out of style, so be sure to stock up for your wholesale shoes business.

A slip-on shoe with a soft leather bottom with visible stitches.

A low-heeled shoe that covers the entire foot with laces tied over the instep.

Peep Toe
A style of footwear characterized with a narrow opening at the front, slightly showing the toes.

A shoe or a sandal bearing a high and thick sole, usually with high heels to adjust to the thick sole. Women love this type of wholesale shoes because it gives them height without the pain.

A slip-on type of shoe with no fastenings, usually having any heel height. Another women’s wholesale shoes classic!
A type of footwear fastened by straps.

A style of footwear with a strap attached at the rear end of the shoe that encircles the heel.

Sneaker/Running Shoe
A comfortable and lightweight shoe with a rubber sole, usually used for athletics.

A heel that follows the shoe’s contour, extending from the back of the shoe to the front, filling the entire shank portion; heel may be of any height.

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