This winter look is another showtime for the tassel boots. In the southern country, several times failed in winter, and it was warm and cold, but it was already unable to hold the heart of the fringe Elevator Boots. This is not the case. In the early morning streets, some masters have been urged to put them on.
Such popular Trendy Men’s High-top Elevator Shoes Height Increased 7cm, she is a little different from the tassel, more simple and more atmospheric, in fact, the tassel is removed. So it is also the explosion of our sales. Is this the origin of your name? Or, what does “tassel” mean to you? Some people say that tassels are foreign names, translated according to pronunciation. wrong! Unlike the brand names, stage names, names of people, etc., which are now chaotic and foreign, the tassels have always been the authentic Chinese name, antique, such as fake replacement.
So what does tassel mean? It would be easier to understand if you know how it is “correct.” In fact, the tassels were not written in ancient times, but the writing was “sparse”, the pronunciation was the same, but the strokes were much more complicated. It is precisely this complicated stroke that vividly depicts a remarkable feature of the fringed Elevator Boots we see today.
We must know that our ancestors made the word priority as a pictograph, and if you read a lot of words, you can guess what it means. For example, “Hugh” is a person leaning against a big tree, indicating rest. Now look at the words, what should be a lot of strip-shaped, whisky things to attract attention? It turns out that originally refers to the strip-shaped ornament on the flag, and the “sparse” is specifically those strips.
Later, the ancients extended the “sparse” from the banner to other objects. Anything that was hanging on the strip was called sparse, or simply a word. For example, it is used to refer to the jade string hanging from the crown of the emperor. “Book of Rites” said: “Tianzi Yuzao, there are two, meaning that the crown has to hang 12, first use the colorful silk thread to run through the jade beads, and then hang on the strict etiquette not much more than 12 strings. And “three public princes and seven princes, sapphire for the bead; Qing doctor five scorpions, black jade for the beads. All have no before.”
In the Ming Dynasty, it was stipulated that only the crown of the emperor was qualified for decoration, and the ministers did not. In order to interpret, the fringed Elevator Shoes decorated with tassels today also bring a little “prestige” meaning, at least, it is also the taste.
Since it is “sparse”, why was it later written as “tassel”? Is the text simplified? Is the ancients writing typos? If it is a simplified word, it should still be able to see some clues of the original appearance. For example, the word “poor”, previously written as “poor”, under the “hole”, it means the body with a bowed waist, the seven-foot man was forced to squat in a small cave to lift his head, is it very sleepy? ? Later, I simplified it to be “poor”, and I was forced to do it under the hole. So I still had to be “poor”! But this “tassel”, simplified a bit inexplicable, can not think of the previous meaning! Therefore, it is estimated that this is the ancients who wrote typos.