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There were silk pants with fuzzy, furry moccasins, overcoats with easy button-down blouses, and white denim (yes, after Labor Day) with slides and thin silk scarves.
After stepping out last month in Gucci’s ruby moccasin, Dakota Johnson once again proved the power of bold footwear this weekend by arriving at Los Angeles International airport in a pair of lipstick-red boots.
Arriving in stores just before the holidays are grotesque hybrids such as platform booties, high-heeled moccasins and bedroom slippers with cleats.
Crystal Perry was a hard worker who saved enough money from her job sewing the topstitching onto leather moccasins at a local factory to purchase a car and home and provide for her child.
Bones are not the same as shards of pottery or beaded moccasins.
From designer Hiroki Nakamura, the brand’s first womenswear outpost features high-rise leather moccasins alongside Japanese furniture and antique pottery.
Jimi Hendrix, whose paternal grandmother was one-quarter Cherokee, appears, resplendent in a white beaded jacket and moccasins, at Woodstock, as does the jazz singer Mildred Bailey, whom a young Bing Crosby credited with giving him his start.
His primary focus is on traditional men’s shoes like moccasin loafers, derby boots, and German goisers utilizing exotic leathers like polished stingray, alligator, cordovan, military-grade textiles, and heavy canvases for his popular sneakers.
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Origin and Etymology of moccasin
First Known Use: circa 1612See Words from the same year
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