Sexy Feet

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Natation Synchronisee by Jean Baptiste Courtier
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Chad Cole & Amanda Booth by Tony Kelly for GQ UK March 2012
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1940s Womens Army Corp Leg & Feet Exercises, Life Magazine
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Roger Vivier by Delman Shoe by Richard Rutledge Vogue July 1953
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Celine Spring 2013 by Juergen Teller
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Photo by Eudes de Santana
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Helmut Newton for Mario Valentino, Monte Carlo 1983
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Mariacarla Boscono by Juergen Teller for W February 2007
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Lyndsey Scott by Ben Hassett for W September 2012
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Katie Fogarty by Jason Kim for Blackbook April 2012
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Free People
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Frauke Fischer photography
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Benoit Courti Photography
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We Heart It
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KT Merry Photography
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British Vogue June 1967
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By Ben Hassett for Vogue UK March 2012
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By John Rawlings for Vogue May 1946
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Erick Figueira
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Glamour 2011
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Alicia Markova by John Rawlings for Vogue
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Prada Spring 2012 by Steven Meisel
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Joel Stans for Harper's Bazaar February 2009
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Global Exotica, Harper's Bazaar March 2009
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Karl Lagerfeld High Heeled Shoe by Helmut Newton, 1995
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Guy Bourdin for Vogue Paris 1971
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By Robbie Fimmano for Interview Magazine
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By Stephan Bollinger
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By Blush Photography
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Dior Cruise 2014
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Ella Eliassen Self Portrait
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Krabi Summertime by Georg Roske and Steve Herud
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Sannah Kvist Photography

Boots are like straight jackets for your feet—especially those tall, heavy types with laces tangling through millions of hooks and eyelets. They suffocate that space between your toes, causing massive fits of anxiety when you try to rip them off at the end of the day. Shopping's out of the question, because it's too much work to take your pants on and off, and pedicures aren't happening because you'll ruin them on the walk home—one simply cannot live a fulfilled life in boots. Rather than jinx it and say we'll all be skipping around in sandals in no time, let's reminisce about the days and nights when our naked toes could roam freely. What was it called again? Sum...mer? And what's that stuff we all used to play around in? Shine? Sunshine? Brace yourself for that weird tingly feeling you'll get while clicking through the gallery—you're not a foot fetishist, just confined to boots for a month too long. Unless you are a foot fetishist—in which case, enjoy the slideshow—and you're welcome!

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  • catherine

    hahaha the first line
    so glad annie joined itg

  • http://www.thebeautyinbox.com The Beauty Inbox

    Slideshow would turn you into a foot fetishist! Nice post

  • http://brushandbullet.com/ Teresa

    I love that pic from Glamour (#21). BRB painting my dog's nails to match.

  • http://www.fancyalterego.wordpress.com/ Heather P.

    I'm with you on that one. My feet are in dire need of a really good, tough pedicure. They've been neglected for months!

  • http://www.fashionoverreason.com/ Fashion Over Reason

    There's nothing worse than end-of-winter feet. Can't waitttttt for sandals!

  • http://madamecouture.blogspot.com/ Emma Hager

    It's really all about the arch.

  • http://mafaldadotzero.blogspot.fr/ Mafalda

    Beautiful, I love feet!

    Mafalda ❤

  • http://www.clevergirlreviews.com/ Clever Girl Reviews

    I think feet can be totally sexy or completely gross. It depends on the feet! This whole slideshow was great!

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