What are those shoes called?? | 22 types of shoes for women | Justine Leconte


  • Hi I m 4m : New Delhi , India … a. Kolhapuri Chappals b. Mojaris c. Punjabi Jutti these are festive slippers for Men and Women both !!!

  • What about combat boots?

  • Steel toed boots, flip flops, clogs. So many.

  • No D'orsay style – probably one of my favourite cut of shoe – I find them so flattering (and very hard to find).

  • “Clog” Swedish …

  • Chelsea boots are riding boots, although I wouldn't wear a fashion brand of boots riding. Very used to seeing these shoes covered with all kinds of dirt.

  • that was actually very useful

  • Brogues (which, I think were traditionally a man's shoe, but I have seen women's brogues) – they are flat with a pattern on (I can't really describe it – but they are circles in a pattern)! Gladiator sandals, I would have thought were inspired by Rome rather than Greece considering I think only the Romans had Gladiators (the name comes from the short sword the fighters would use – the Romans called it a Gladius)!

  • This is such a brilliant video, your content is always so educational. Just one correction though, it was the Romans that had their captives from war fight as gladiators in the coliseum for entertainment… pretty brutal history.

  • My mom always said pumps were shoes with heels 2-4 inches. Kitten heels were under 2 inches and stilettos were over 4 inches. Spiked stilettos were 6+ inches and were only for teetering to the bed 🤣

    Combat boots
    Motorcycle boots
    Saddle shoes
    Clogs/slides (I always say if its chunkier in the toe box, it’s a clog… if it’s not chunky and rounded, it’s a slide)

    I’m in the US

  • Hi I just love your videos 💕💕
    There’s also Ugg boots from Australia 🇦🇺

  • In india weve got mediyadi .. it’s kind of a traditional shoe, made of soft wood; but nowadays inspired and replicated in rubber


  • I wish I knew this sooner 😀 Thanks!

  • just a simple man here, we just have shoes. the come in black or brown which is one choice to many for us.

  • I'm a little confused by the term 'pumps'. Pumps were the flat canvas shoe that we did P. E. in in school. You suddenly started saying pumps in this video without any context. What are they?

  • Mojris in India.. you might love them.. ♥️

  • We have “Jarmilky”, they are a kind of mary jane sport shoe, good for gymnastics for example. They were made as a part of spartakiad uniform in 1965 and later common for P.E. lessons but now they make them in all sorts of colours and patterns (the original was white) and I saw somebody wear them in normal life.

  • “Redskin tribes”??????? Oh no no no no no that’s a really awful thing to say

  • Crocs are there own monster

  • I think You missed the cuban heel for Boots.

  • I have yet another type of foot shape: round!!!!

  • You forgot combat boots!

  • I have a foot fetish

  • Tsinelas

  • I call my ballerinas and loafers, "flats"

  • I am from India we have punjabi juttis and kolhapuri chappals and many other indian flats. They go with ethnic outfits mostly.

  • Great video but No sneakers? Jellies? Cage? Clogs? The words thong vs crosstoe?

  • I wear mostly flats bc I’m older and I’m overweight

  • In Uganda we have Rugabire shoes…made of discarded car tyres!

  • What about a d’Orsay pump?

  • A pleasure to watch your videos. Thank you for your insight.

  • One traditional shoe from India that you might find interesting: Mojri. Its like a ballerina shoe but with a pointy curve at the front, and no ankle or heel support from behind. Do look them up.

  • Please make a video about sneakers 👟 as well

  • How about Crocks? I know it is bad… Lol

  • ghillies ?

  • You aren't old enough to remember "baby dolls"! I haven't seen any in years…they may not exist any more. Sad!

  • How about clogs? Do they fit into another category?

  • Obvious… Canada, winter boots

  • 💜🦄

  • I love me a good pair of Mary Janes with court heels. Black, with ecru tights, and a knee-length black chiffon dress, paired with 1930's hair and red lipstick.
    Gorgeous. xx

  • "Clogs" (wood shoes) Sweden.

  • You look so stunning with that make up… Let me kiss you 😘😘😘

  • Indonesian gotta love their "swallow" flip flops you can buy for one euro or less actually

  • In India we like our chappals which range from the humble handstitched Kolhapuri to the formals with heels, block heels and wedges. They can be embroidered, embellished or just plain cowhide.

  • Sandals are missing. Interesting video. Keep up the good work

  • Hello Justine! I watched you video about clothing size disparities and later this video on footwear (which was so cute!)… but raised up another problem i have with fashion. I do not get to enjoy higher quality, well fitting footwear in styles I enjoy, because of my foot size and shape. I have "hobbit feet" 😆 small and very wide with a high arch. I don't buy shoes for style or personal taste, and heels and slip on shoes are a nightmare to find. It is very frustrating. What are your thoughts on shoe industry's itself, why this is a problem for so many people? 😳 And do you know any brands that might have higher quality wide shoes that are fun and chic? ☺

  • Je suis bresilienne et j´habite a Recife (très chaud). On aime beacoup les ^rasteiras^. Merci pour tes videos. Je les adore! Bisous.

  • Hi Justine, I am from Karachi Pakistan. I specifically searched for the French blogger cause I know French ppls are really good in fashion. And I found you and you never disappointed me.
    There is one traditional flat shoe that’s very famous and handmade and very elegant in wearing, it is name as “Khussa”
    I really hope you will search it. I don’t know if it’s available where you live but if you wear those pair of Khussa you will come to know it’s beauty.

  • We have baykers boots and martinke,I am not sure how you spell them.

  • Not currently popular, but I liked the sturdier thick, curved "banana heels".

  • Hey love your videos, I'm Indian i want to mention one of the shoes wore by Indians both men and women called "MOJRI".

  • In Australia we have the Ugg boots and thongs, in the USA theyre called flip-flops I believe. What are they called in Europe?. When I visited Chile in 1980 my grandfather made us what I now know as Clogs . A hand carved wooden platform for your foot to sit on, with a super soft leather covering over the top of the foot with the heel exposed. Magnificently comfy shoe. Wish I still had mine. Cheers Luisa

  • You look so much better with dark lipstick than with light lipstick 😍

  • You choose the ugliest platforms you could have found 😂😂😂

    And yes, wedges are my fave too 😍😍😍 Well, aside from Mary Janes 😉

  • Justine, thanks for this video, but I would like to raise a couple of headers. 'Pumps' are flats in the UK. Heels/formal shoes are 'courts'. Also 'Mary Janes' and 'Stilettos'. There is no need for an apostrophe before a plural in English, even if the singular ends in a vowel and/or is of foreign origin or a proper noun (unlike Dutch).

  • Very interesting video about shoes. For myself, I am 73, so comfort and safety are my considerations. However, I have granddaughters that I also buy for occasionally, so I am interested in fashionable choices for them. Comfort is paramount for them, too.

  • I love chunky "Stiefeletten" (denglish haha). Such beautiful shoes especially in all black with little details😍

  • im from Pakistan and we have traditional flat shoes made of leather that are called 'khussa' they are like ballerinas but they dont have any leather in the middle part of the sides of the foot. and they are heavily embroidered

  • Kolhapuri chappals and mojdi

  • Really surprised you didn't mention T strap shoes, aren't they similar to mary janes?

  • This video is a real shoo in!
    If the shoe fits wear it!

  • I like your accent. Very cute. All the best.

  • Hello from Serbia 🇷🇸! Google “ opanak “ and you’ll see!

  • Chunky/square heel, clog, (wood vs rubber), orthopedic soles (Birkenstock, Dansko,Sanita,etc) ,Hikers, ….could do a whole video on sneaker types? Run,walk,cross fit, training, dancercise, combat,tennis,etc…?
    And a video on SOLE composition? Stacked leather,vs. plastic,etc? Care for and function…?thanks! Such fun videos, and you are a delight!

  • How could you confuse Greeks with Romans?
    I'm neither Greek nor Roman, but, after all those Latin lessons, I know the difference.

  • Ahh, you skipped my favorite in either a flat or a heel, the d'orsay!!! I guess it could fall under another category, but the style is so unique and lovely, I think it deserves a category of it's own.

  • Killer Heels or also slim heels, SLIM HEELS are thinner then stilettoes, however, killer heels as you put it can be exactly that KILLERS, as you say anything beyond 10cm (4inch), could be a problem to walk in 12cm+ their KILLER HEELS unless you have a platform on them

    AND where do you get those peep toes from in the photo? 4:58

  • Okay so I’m a size 4 (US) WHY do women’s shoes NEVER have my size..?

  • Loafers…finally I know the name! Thank you so much!

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