T-strap


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T-strap

n
(Clothing & Fashion) (modifier) denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot. Also called: T-bar
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Gold is the colour of the season, so stilettos and T-strap heels in gold, silver and metallic shades such as bronze, pewter add a fabulous look to your ensemble.
The Bollywood's 'Desi' girl complemented the tailored suit with a very off-the-shelf, subtle t-shirt in grey and denim T-strap heels.
Shoe styles range from cool suede boots, T-strap Mary Jane's to sultry slides.
I could see the spot where we had taken off our shoes and foolish socks and left them for some poor child from a faraway place and a faraway time to pick up and think, mmm, these will be useful the button on the level T-Strap would be at preventing them from slipping off in the sand and wind and the sturdiest leather and those rubber soles would last as long, far longer, as the feet had long outgrown them.
Ashley Downs' rehearsal look is reminiscent of jazz dance's heyday: Her short legwarmers worn over classic T-strap character heels are straight out of the 1970s.
Of course there had to be a shoe named after Bradshaw: The Carrie is a t-strap sandal, with an ankle strap that sits low on the foot, with the aim of elongating the leg.
When accessorising, t-strap wedges and madmen style cloches add the finishing touches to this empowering look.
Follow the Saint Laurent trend of teaming masculine tuxedo pants with ultra-feminine T-strap heels.
The first designs mimicked the basic leather, T-strap sandal.