High heels are such an eye-catching fashion item that they are often considered a women's exclusive. However, many people may not be aware that high heels were originally meant for men. In this article, we will look at why men need high heels.
As far back as 10th century AD, high heels appeared. At that time, Maktoum people of Middle East wore shoes known as "high heels" designed for men. The purpose of this shoe was to make it easier for men to ride horses, as well as to increase their height and greatness in battle.
During European Renaissance, male nobles also began to wear high heels. During this period, high heels were considered a symbol of status and wealth as they were very expensive and only upper class could afford them. These shoes were also used to increase height of men and were considered very stylish and attractive.
Over time, high heels have gradually become a symbol of women's shoes. This is mainly due to fact that in late 18th century, men began to wear more practical shoes such as boots and ballerinas, and high heels became a fashion symbol for women. Since then, high heels have been considered a symbol of femininity.
However, in recent decades, more and more men have begun to wear high heels. The trend was originally driven by performance artists such as dancers and singers who wore high heels to show off their dancing skills and performances. Now men are beginning to realize benefits of high heels, they allow you to increase height, improve posture, and also make them more fashionable and self-confident.
In conclusion, it should be noted that, despite fact that high heels are now considered an exclusive women's item, they were originally intended for men. Over time, design of high heels gradually changed and became a symbol of fashion for women. However, it is also very common for men to wear high heels in certain social situations.