One of my first customer emails commented on the usefulness of the 'on person' photography on my site, which apparently made it much easier to judge fit and shape. I have to confess that I hadn't noticed that many brands do not do this for shoes (although all do it for clothes); I'd just thought it would be fundamental to assessing the overall look of the shoe in wear.
However, showing the shoes with an outfit apparently begs the question "Have I got an outfit like that?" And if not, "...so, what would I wear those with?". Some customers find it useful to know that I think the taupe and silver shoes go with white, grey and blue, whereas the taupe and gold work better with winter-white/cream, warm pink, yellow or green. And yellow shoes? Well - huge debate. So I quickly put a few more shots up on the site for summer - but in the Autumn I might do a few videos - because the colour of tights opens up many more style and shoe-colour opportunities versus just black opaques.
What the cropped photography does not reveal is that whilst waving the remote-shutter-release at the camera, I invariably have to lean on a broom to prevent me from falling over. There's more to this modelling lark than meets the eye.
|Foot length (inches)||8.8||9.1||9.3||9.6||9.8||10.1||10.3|
|Foot length (cms)||22.5||23||23.6||24.3||24.9||25.5||26.2|
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