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Shoes were sensible in shape and fragile in construction. They tended to be flat heeled with a wide square toe area. Tor costume historians call the transition period of to the Romantic Era. They justify the term as there is a crossover in dates with the era of the romantic novel and the romantic poets. Also, the excessive use of ribbons and bows is seen as highly feminine.
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