In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sandalia femininea pair of sandals — un par de sandalias
- She wore a simple sandal of light brown on her feet.
- The only thing the head honcho enforces is that employees wear something on their feet - sneakers or sandals will do.
- Wear high-top hiking shoes or sneakers - never sandals, or your feet will suffer.
- Old shoes, new shoes, sandals, sneakers, hi-heels, cowboy boots, clogs, even snow shoes were sent.
- I abandoned my shirt for my floral bikini top and my little white tennis shoes for sandals.
- She was neatly dressed in a blue and white plaid sun dress, and wore high-heeled sandals on her feet.
- People are swapping their snowshoes and mukluks for sandals.
- There doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason to the shoes, sandals, boots, and flip-flops I see people wearing.
- It features a sling-back strap, which not only secure the sandal to your foot, but also offers a lovely, sensible heel.
- Flip-flop sandals are far and away the single most practical footwear for roaming the beach.
- These black leather sandals feature a black leather strap and rubber sole - a classic choice for the classic man.
- Her sandals felt light compared to the thick boots she had been wearing.
- Ending in style, the footwear is chappals or sandals, mostly strappy leather or with sequence.
- In a more corporate atmosphere, open shoes or strappy sandals are shunned upon, so your toenail color is a moot point anyway.
- Another popular sandal is the Lagoon sandal, which comes in a wide variety of trendy colors, like blues and greens.
- It is insulting to hit someone with a shoe or sandal, point the soles of one's feet at someone, and step over a person.
- Yet another style for your feet this summer is the merger between running shoes and sandals.
- Sheer nude hose worn with very open toe shoes or sandals looks weird.
- Also consider bringing an extra pair of shoes, such as sneakers or sandals, that do not damage plant life like a heavy boot does.
- Sturdy footwear does not include any type of open-toed shoe or sandal.
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