When wearing something like a clog shoe, our paces and order of walking are defined by the design of the clog and how much our feet are willing to spread across the area of the clog’s surface. The illustration of the foot is something that the clog does best, and it’s coloration will show a organic glow that can’t hide it’s beauty even on the roughest of land. Even better if someone can pull off a cute looking polish to put it all together. Coloring the toenails with a single, solid color by using the strap as a palette that gives all the colors available is a common theme with clog wearers, but you could also continue design themes that cover the strap motif in a different way. For example, if a strap has a design of flowers with red backdrop, then we would try to give our toes a theme that deals with whatever the strap illustrates. It doesn’t have to be an exact copy, but maybe something like a jewel & sparkle fade effect that a lot of shops like to show will do.
On some pairs of clogs, the strap of it serves to style the foot like clothing, so that the wearer is truly wearing the shoe. A strap that hides the nakedness of a foot with design, style, or motif
expresses that the foot’s styling is just as important as considering the foot itself, since the look of a foot is a good portion of how the clog looks as a whole. In other words, you begin to appreciate the foot. Appreciation is something that is important when dealing with a foot that has been defined by clog interaction and when thinking about the continued manufacturing of clogs. This is because for generations Japan has dealt with how the female foot was to be handled by dealing with clog design over time. Beauty is there, but what could we do in terms of the design, patterns, and daily routines to continue what we like in a clog that is worn by a female? It’s questions like these that will make the wearer happy and comfortable in the end. If you are into fashion, don’t hesitate or be afraid to handle the body part at least once a day in a way that educates you on design. When you know what a foot goes through, then you can help people better though your creations.