Say "No" To Girly Shoes
Being a girl is being redefined before our eyes. It’s one of the most exciting parts about parenting tomorrow's girls today- well, we think so at least! The books are changing; movies too - even toys have undergone major transformations with more genderneutral options available on store shelves (although look closely enough and you might want to rage or cry). There seems like there was an effort made by manufacturers everywhere finally getting this message: "This isn't just something small anymore." Signs can be seen all around us,showing new attitudes toward young girls-- from how they dress themselves each morning right down.
Saguaro is proud to be a part of it. We don't make shoes for girls and boys, we create for wild barefoot kids! All our designs allow children's feet (and bodies) the freedom they need,like constraints on how far or fast you can go; giving them strong muscles in all areas so that every child becomes skilled at balancing themselves as well as moving about efficiently using their legs wisely.
The unfair treatment of girls in modern society is not a new topic. From school shoes to footwear, there are many examples that illustrate how they're held back by social norms and traditions which have been around since the beginning of time itself! One such example would be heels; while boys can go without them , girls must always keep their feet on show with elegant pumps or courtly Christianseters at all times - no exceptions made for outdoor work environments here.
At first glance it might seem like these flashy shoe styles help ladies walk gracefully across any surface but let's take another look closerUp close you'll notice just what happens when our bodies cannot properly utilize its muscle groups due.Girls’ shoes are often designed to be delicate and feminine, but the daily wear can have a negative impact on their feet. Research shows that by adulthood girls have four times as much chance than men do of having debilitating foot problems related to poor posture caused from wearing high-heels or narrow heels all day long!
Girls are no longer forced into uncomfortable shoes that make their feet hurt. Gone is the days when you had to "sneak" your sneakers on and hide them under a desk or in an office closet during lunch break, because it's just not worth all those avid eyes watching what we're doing! Nowadays girls can wear whatever they want without worrying about getting ridicule from other workers for having improper footwear choices--and some high end brands even offer Trainer-style shoes so people won't be able stop at anything less than fashionable kicks anymore.
The changes have come fast but good things happen slowly sometimes.
We hope that by the time today's little girls grow up, they will be able to move freely - run or walk any place without being restricted in their movements. We don't want our future generation of girls coming back with an "I can’t" mentality because society tried so hard on controlling what we do as females through fashion designers and manufacturers who think only about profit margins instead of how clothing impacts people mentally disability-wise!After all fashion should not mold girls into an entity who controls movement for themselves and others alike!