EDDICUOMO flache beige Wildleder Pantoletten | beige Positano-Sandalen€ 249.00 Select options
EDDICUOMO flache gelbe Wildledersandalen | gelbe Positano-Sandalen€ 179.00 Select options
EDDICUOMO gelbe und blaue Juwelensandalen mit 4 cm Blockabsatz | gelbe Positano-Sandalen | gelbe Mules€ 249.00 Select options
ELIZA VON VENEZIA | Flache Pantolette LARA aus elfenbeinfarbenem Nappaleder und Schnalle€ 179.00 Select options
ELIZA VON VENEZIA | Pantoletten ENNI aus Bast und weißem Leder mit skulpturalem 5-cm-Absatz und silberner Schließe€ 199.00 Select options
ELIZA VON VENEZIA | Pantoletten GINA aus elfenbeinfarbenem Nappaleder mit skulpturalem 5 cm Absatz aus Acryl€ 199.00 Select options
GIOVANNA GRAZZINI Pantoletten aus marineblauem Leder mit goldener Kette LOLA€ 189.00 Select options
GIOVANNA GRAZZINI Pantoletten aus schwarzem, gepolstertem und geflochtenem Leder COCO€ 189.00 Select options
GIOVANNA GRAZZINI Pantoletten in Hellbeiger Flechtung und Leder mit 8 cm Pfennigabsatz€ 199.00 Select options
hellblaue Sandalen mit 5 cm Absatz aus Wildleder und Silicon ELBA | blaue Leder Pantoletten€ 149.00 Select options
PAOLA FIORENZA Capri | braune Ledersandalen mit goldenen Details und Swarovski-Steinen TERRA€ 199.00 Select options
What is the definition of mules?
Slip on and get started – the perfect companion on warm days
Mules are the long-awaited revolution in the summer shoe category. Women who like to wear ballerinas, sandals, slippers and espadrilles are happy about the mules. But what exactly are mules?
By definition, mules are shoes with an open heel. With some models the toes are also free, with others not. Mules are now available in all kinds of designs. There is the right pair for every occasion. Its open heel makes it an airy companion for warm days. The nice thing: Since there are also mules with a closed toe, you can even wear them in spring. The word “Mule” comes from French and means something like “slipper”. The term comes from the 16th and 17th centuries and was then defined as “slipper for women”. That is why you may know the mules under the name of mules or slippers. Nowadays, however, mules are much more than slippers.
At ASITA SAHABI you can expect a large selection of mules that you can wear despite your hallux valgus. Our mules are specially designed to meet your needs so that you no longer have to go without beautiful shoes.
How to combine mules correctly
Now the question is how best to combine these trendy shoes. There are no limits to your imagination – mules are true all-rounders that you can style both casually and elegantly.
Mules go particularly well with midi skirts. Go for mules with heels to make your legs look irresistibly long. Midi skirts end just below the knee. Heeled mules not only make your legs look long, they also accentuate your calves.
Of course, mules also go well with trousers such as skinny jeans, normal jeans, boyfriend jeans or culottes. The nice thing is: Once you have bought them, you can really combine the mules with anything
Tip: Choose mules in a striking color – this gives your looks a welcome splash of color in spring and summer. Real eye-catchers!
Marilyn Monroe was already a big fan of mules
As early as the 18th century, mules were much more than slippers. At that time they were particularly popular with the upper class. In the middle of the 20th century, mules became popular evening shoes for women. No less a person than Marilyn Monroe often wore mules with heels in pale pink or with feather trimmings.
Mules add a touch of glamor to your summer wardrobe. Today mules are the stars on catwalks and in cool street styles. Mules with closed fronts are often pointed and therefore look very elegant. This makes them ideal for office looks. Mules are also ideal for meeting friends. The chic mules are available both with and without heels.