Faux Suede Moccasins
* Participation in this game is subject to registration and newsletters Sarenza Little Fashion Gallery. Internet users already on the newsletter Sarenza can participate by filling their e-mail, they will also be part of those likely to be drawn. You just got your shoes ordered Sarenza? All the joy to try out your new pair of shoes or moccasins, still take a few seconds to read our interview. You lie down with certainty the life of your shoes . . . . All professionals of the shoe will tell you that your new leather shoes as long as possible retain their original luster, they must shine. However, contrary to what one might think, waxing is not enough. You must first of all use a nourishing cream. Pick a color slightly lighter than leather of your shoes in order to preserve its color (or slightly darker on the other hand, if you want to enlarge). Before applying the cream with a cloth, dust the leather of your shoes with a brush. Then operate in small circular buttons. Leave to dry cream for a few minutes, then make a final shine your shoes with a soft brush. It was not until this moment that you can continue by applying the polish. For waxing, spread the required amount directly to the whole shoe on a cloth. Rub leather, always in a circular and lightly. Complete each shoe by wetting the cloth with a drop of water to "freeze" the polish. Let dry a few minutes, then brush so that the wax penetrates the leather. Let sit and rub them vigorously with a cotton cloth. . . I read with interest the article of the World "papal pumps. " Is not it true that the Pope's shoes deserve to be interested in them? You may have been surprised, you, the red blood of his moccasins? A fundamental question then came back to haunt me: what color were the faux suede moccasins of John Paul II? I then did a search on google images, but the feet of John Paul II appeared on any photo: why? He did not? They were deformed? He was wearing hiking boots when he was traveling? He hated his feet? Still a mystery to clarify . . . . Some may think that it is vain to look to the Pope's faux suede moccasins and they'll probably right, but I often say that the shoes are a reflection of our soul. Thank you for those feet that I could not find . . It almost seems hiking shoes, right? Benedict has a taste of the pump. . While our pumps are a reflection of our soul, I will avoid you describe the state of mine, you mean that I'm not good at all, what is wrong. But have we not all entitled to the contradiction? . . JP II was also a class of shoes, but neither one nor the other wear moccasins. I think the shape of their shoes are called "cardinal" fatal step backwards for the first Prince of the Church. See where lies the Papal modesty! A Pope in the footsteps of a small cardinal!. This winter I paid orange suede moccasins and one of my ex-girlfriends gave me bluntly: "You can not wear shoes like everyone else". Well, if they are "cardinal" red is required. I have dated, because the papal pumps, I imagined them white! But it must be too retro. . . .