The Mule goes back at the least to the Romans, This is a comfortable
shoe that's cousins are in fashion to this day. A basic and timeless design,
this mode of Fugawee shoe reflects the early 18th century with the use of
brocades . Later versions would show more leather uppers
The Mule differs from the slipper by only a sole.
The Slipper had a soft sole and was worn mainly in the home. The
Mule has a shoe leather sole and can be worn in or out of the
house. So it is safe to say a Mule is a shoe without the back
You are in good company with Mules, from the
Empress Josephine of France to Madam Boucher. The Pantables, as
Mules were called in the 17th Century were used in the boudoir as
it made it easier to slip off the foot when the "right moment"
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