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The only person who ever studied assiduously a Tory lady's feet before was the late Alan Clarke, but, if memory serves, that was more of an appreciation of Lady Thatcher's ankles than a consideration of her fashion choices.
May's weakness for dodgy footwear has marked her out as the most human, most identifiable-with woman in the party. Although, considering her competition is Ann Widdecombe, who is currently dieting on screen with the fat teenager from Pop Idol and, it was revealed by her secretary the other week, frequently "shouts at her salad", that wasn't too tricky. In one tabloid last week, Joan Collins counselled women that in order to be "really glamorous" they should just wear tan and black shoes and ditch the gimmicky ones.
Now, this is why Joan is Joan and the rest of us, thank the Lord, aren't. We know that silly shoes are, well, silly, and won't go with anything and make us all look like Minnie Mouse, and yet women do still buy them. Just yesterday, I saw a grown woman in what looked suspiciously like an Armani suit buying a pair of turquoise flats with butterfly appliqués on the toe - by choice.
It is as though women siphon off style weaknesses and questionable taste into the footwear compartment of their closets, away from the Joseph jackets and Nicole Farhi trousers. Hence Theresa in her sombre black suits paired with pink or pelt shoes. I, for example, have a notorious weakness for pink, round-toed shoes, a problem that has led to various unflattering comparisons with cartoon characters.
I am not proud of this and, yes, I am considering counselling. Occasionally, these urges will seep out into other areas of women's wardrobes. Posh ladies, for some reason, think it is "just relly blahdy good fun" to wear flower pots and fruitbowls on their heads at formal occasions. There was a spate, about two summers ago, when normally right-thinking women took to lacy pink vest tops outside.
But, in the main, women relegate these perversions downwards to their feet. Men have a similar problem with ties hence the strange phenomenon of businessmen in stern suits with hot-air balloon-print neckwear , but women's shoes somehow garner more attention. How could we forget the columnist Suzanne Moore, whose fondness for so-called "fuck me shoes" were said to have revealed her lack of real feminist beliefs. In fact, to some of us, those pointy monstrosities revealed nothing more than Moore's impressively high threshold for pain.
Shoes are actually the one part of a woman's outfit that are entirely for the wearer's pleasure, as opposed to that of the man. The male gaze tends to work from the top downwards, rarely ever getting as far as the shoe. So women tend to treat shoes as their secret outlet for fantasy self-image.
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