Also known as the ‘Roman Foot’, this foot type denotes someone with a balanced and well-proportioned body shape, typical of someone who is outgoing and sociable. Always ready to learn new things and to loves to open themselves to nw experiences. Apparently, this is a distinguishing feature of travellers, people who love to discover new cultures.
Also known as ‘Fire Foot’ or ‘Greek Foot’, the standout feature is a longer second toe than the rest of the toes – and this foot shape aparently denotes someone who is active, sporty and creative, and is enthusiastic about new ideas and other people, who in turn can encourage and motivate those around them. However, this foot owner can also be very impulsive, which can sometimes lead to excessive stress.
This refers to a foot where the length of the toes, including the first or big toe, is almost the same, making a rectanglular shape. It can also be called ‘Peasant Foot’ (apologies to all you square toes out there!) and apparently the owner of a foot like this likes to ponder and relentlessly examine every decision, always weighing up the positive and negative – meaning that they’re usually very practical and reliable, meaning you can really depend of those square-toed friends.
With an elongated, tight shape, this foot features toes that are fused together and a big toe that tapers toward the top. This foot apparently belongs to peeps who are prety private and have hidden depths… however, it means that you could be dealing with someone who often changes mood and can be quite impulsive.
But shape isn’t everything, apparently…
For example, those with small feet love life and like to have a very hectic job, while larger feet are characteristic of those with the greatest desire to succeed in new ventures. Crooked toes are a sign of surrender, long ones denote ambition, and a very large big toe symbolizes a high degree of rationality.