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SNEAKING OUT IN SANTANA

SNEAKING OUT IN SANTANA

Posted by SCARLETTOS - Candice Bernardoni (Designer) on 7th Oct 2021

It’s interesting why we are drawn to certain colours. There is usually an underlying reason why, other than “hey, that is one groovy silver sneaker” (but if that’s the only reason you are drawn to the “Santana” sneaker, I’m good with that too!). I thought I’d share some interesting facts on silver and our “Santana” sneaker.

The colour silver has a feminine energy; it is related to the moon and the ebb and flow of the tides - it is fluid, emotional, sensitive and mysterious. It is soothing, calming and purifying. (In today’s every so busy and sometimes chaotic world, this has to be good news’ right?)

From a colour psychology viewpoint, it signals a time of reflection and a change of direction as it illuminates the way forward. Silver helps with the cleansing and releasing of mental, physical, and emotional issues and blockages as it opens new doors and lights the way to the future. (There you go…. You can illuminate and radiate as you strut your way forward in “Santana”).

Wow, that was enlightening!!

Your feet are going to love the “Santana”. She will embrace you lovely ladies with a slightly wider foot and bunions, as well as the slim foot. She comes with a 1cm custom padded high density latex innersole that can be removed if you need to pop in your own orthotics.

She has a 100% genuine leather lining, sock and insole and she is true to size!

“Santana” is a limited edition so you are not going to see her on every Tina, Debbie or Sally.

She is a versatile sneaker. “Santana” can be worn casually with your jeans and a tee or pop her with a dress or skirt. Your options are endless! She will take you through all seasons too. If you want to have some fun with “Santana”, simply swap out the laces for multi coloured elastics or shoelaces.

For you brides who are wanting an elegant, casual sneaker for your wedding day, this is for you too!

If you love a sneaker and are looking for something with slightly more Pizazz, you can’t go past the “Santana”.

Thank you Scarletto’s Sisters!

Kind regards

Candice