Stilettos. They can be a woman’s secret weapon
It has been said the higher the heel the closer to God. There is a distinct look and appeal of a stiletto. It doesn’t matter which brand of stilettos you view, you can’t look away. It holds the eye. This may be subjective, but there is no denying the power of a woman in stilettos. Are they created for the woman who wears them or for the people who stare at the woman in them? I believe both.
Stilettos can be twofold based on the woman who wears them. Her confidence or lack thereof shows through in stilettos and the way she walks in them. There is a certain finesse a woman has in a pair of stilettos. Her posture changes, her gate, and each step changes upon hitting the ground. The art of carriage is a lost phenomenon. Carriage is a way of carrying yourself and posture plays a part. The way a woman walks in flats is very different than the way she walks in stilettos.
The beauty of wine is how it changes from year to year and by region. Moscato d’Asti changes from year to year. Each yield produces a different style and elegance than the year before and the year after. It cannot be pigeonholed. Each bottle is similar to a stiletto. Opening a bottle is similar to slipping on a stiletto.
It has carriage and will change once it is in the glass. It is ever evolving and it fits every wine taster differently. Sometimes it is bold or demure and subtle. Sophia Loren said, “A woman’s dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.” You never know what you are going to get in each glass of Moscato d’Asti. It blossoms and changes with food. Each dish allows Moscato d’Asti to showcase its power. That is its secret weapon