How to wear gold toe shoes with gold rings in Saudi Arabia
Posted On July 25, 2021
Saudi Arabia has banned the wearing of gold shoes with diamonds and gold rings on the face.
The kingdom has also banned the use of gold in cosmetics and jewelry, according to the state-run Al-Akhbar newspaper.
Gold toe shoes and gold jewelry are considered symbols of wealth, wealth, and wealth.
The Saudi Arabian government has banned jewelry and gold toe footwear in the kingdom, according a statement from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Saudi Arabia’s royal family has traditionally been known for its conservative dress code and conservative lifestyle, which includes not wearing gold jewelry or shoes.
Saudi women have long worn gold toe-high heels, and in the past have worn gold bracelets to show they were not in a poor economic situation.
The crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, announced in January that he would ban the use for cosmetics of cosmetics containing the mineral gold, which is used in cosmetics in the Islamic kingdom.