Skin Tone Project
It's been several years now since "flesh-coloured" pumps and sandals started appearing everywhere, from the most important fashion catwalks to the streets of provincial villages. Also among our tango customers the most requested shoes are those in "neutral" shades; it is in fact known that the shoe of a shade similar to that of one's complexion makes the leg longer and slims the ankle; furthermore, it makes the choice of the most imaginative outfits easier by solving the problem of colour combinations. The "neutral" looks good on everything.
We don't even know how many shoes in beige, pink, dove grey and caramel leathers and fabrics we have sold in recent years. It was precisely reflecting on the choice of the term "nude" to name a pale pink, or "neutral" with which we have always called a medium shade of beige that we have used for our sandals, that we asked ourselves the trivial, but important question: "but what color is nude?" and "what is neutral"? Where and for whom do these statements make sense?
Our definitions immediately seemed to us to be the result of a somewhat provincial mentality and not worthy of our international presence, but they are somehow justified by the fact that for years we have been used to reading labels with these "colours" printed on items such as tights and underwear. Nonetheless, we thought we should definitely move on and keep up with the times, since the tangueras wearing our brand range from Canada to Southeast Asia, with complexions covering dozens of Pantone shades.
We are very happy to present our "skin tone" project, which we have finally released from the drawer in which it has been locked for too long. We have chosen to come out with our popular model Nadine in six new different shades of leather, to match different skin tones around the world! The choice is between milk, pale pink, beige, ginger, toffee and moka.