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Urban Footwear

We now have shoes for not only every occasion, but for different locations (home, office, track, gym, club, and dance floors, street wear…the list goes on), geographies (desert, mountain, water and snow bound areas) too. Indulging in different activities similarly dictates a change of the shoes we wear. Every wardrobe has a selection of footwear, and having only one or two pairs is almost sub normal. Women love all sorts of Madden Girl shoes and other footwear in all designs, colors and styles.

Fashion trends are constantly changing. For designers out there it is a competitive enough world. For the people shopping, it is insane because they are so spoiled for choice. Colors, designs, styles, trends from years gone by, new trends, new materials that shoes are made of all add to the variety of the selection. There are so many different types of women’s footwear alone such as sandals, dress shoes, athletic shoes, slippers, boots, pumps, heels, flats, etc. Then within each of these basic types, there are sub categories. Depending on the designer, these can sometimes turn into full blown eccentric vagaries that are delicious and fabulous.

The most famous names in the business of designing shoes have transcended the usual leather traditional format. Instead they are exploring materials like rubber, satin, silks, plastics, other petrochemical derivatives, suede and canvas. And they’re experimenting with new materials all the time. Consumers regularly track and purchase items from every celebrity fashion collection released from their favorite designers. Indeed this is a process that can get quite competitive occasionally ending in auction house wars between bidders determined to get the last pair of Madden girl shoes or handbags or whatever fashion hot stuff it is.