In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1charol masculinobefore noun patent-leather shoes — zapatos de charol masculino
- Opt for black patent leather shoes or simple black leather if you don't want to spend money on a new pair.
- Fabrics are conspicuous and exuberant: velvets, patent leather and faux crocodile leather.
- The focus is not on wearing a fancy Easter bonnet and new patent leather shoes.
- Wear button-up shirts (paisley if possible) and black patent leather shoes with silver clasps.
- I had removed my patent leather shoes after a while, for they foundered badly in the sand.
- Personnel who received patent leather shoes during the trial period can continue to wear these items.
- And can I just say how much I love this patent leather shoe trend?
- Little girls going to Sunday school back in the 60s all wore these little black, patent leather shoes.
- Tori walked out onto the deck, her patent leather shoes clicking on the wood.
- So unless you're going to the gym or wearing white patent leather shoes with a white tux, there's no reason for you to wear white socks ever again.
- If you get patent leather shoes you will probably be the only person there wearing them, so I wouldn't bother.
- She slipped her feet into her black patent leather shoes, and admired herself in the mirror.
- My patent leather shoes clicked as they hit the pavement.
- You still wear see through dress socks & pointy patent leather dress shoes to weddings.
- To round the picture off he slips his silk socked feet into black Italian square-toed, patent leather shoes.
- His feet were wet, cold and sore - his patent leather shoes offering little protection from snow or terrain.
- Her two young daughters went to school each day in starched dresses and patent leather shoes.
- Formal shoes are made from shiny patent leather; they should also be simple (plain or capped toe) and freshly polished.
- He's wearing the right gear, too: a dark blue jacket, a black T - shirt, pin-striped trousers and patent leather shoes with shiny silver buckles.
- On her feet are black patent leather court shoes with clean soles.
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