The story of wooden clogs

Wearing clogs was once a beauty of a young woman in Tho Ha ancient village. In the late 70s, besides wooden clogs, plastic clogs were born. Along with shoes, clogs are beauty items for the owner. If in the past, Vietnamese people wore clogs to clean their feet, wading in the water or walking in the rain, the clogs would dry quickly, in the 1970s and 1980s.

The female student from the day she entered the seventh grade (grade 6) has been wearing ao dai and wearing clogs to school. The female office worker wears a long dress that presses her waist closely, wearing high-heeled shoes, looking very graceful and polite. The waitresses at the disco like to wear pointed heels, one foot two (12cm) tall or more, and look very beautiful when dancing. Many housewives go to the market wearing ao dai in Tho Ha ancient village

Now, the most common wood for making clogs is pine and pine. Oak is stronger, and pine has a beautiful grain, light but easy to chip. In addition to varnished clogs, there are also lacquered clogs, painted clogs, painted clogs, patterned clogs. The heel is unchanged, there is a pointed heel, a low heel, a high heel, but the sole has a flat sole, a canoe sole.

In addition, there are Japanese clogs with a slightly square body, low flat soles, which Vietnamese people buy mainly, but Japanese people who come to Vietnam do not buy Japanese-style clogs. The types of clogs are also diverse, with beaded fabric straps, cotton straps, leather straps, simili straps, clear plastic straps, plastic straps in stripes… Most foreign customers like beaded and cotton straps

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