Military connection to high heel fashion revealed.
“Lisa Wade, an associate professor of sociology at Occidental College and a visiting professor at Loyola University New Orleans, revealed that the founders of this footwear were actually men.
“Scholars trace the emergence of high heels as a form of footwear to the military,” Lisa revealed in an interview with ATTN.
“In the 1500s, the Persian army innovated the heel as a way to keep their feet in the stirrups. The European aristocracy very much admired the Persian army and started wearing heels to make connections to the men they admired,” she added.” [READ MORE]