I think it represents how liberty will be fair and not discriminate by color, weight, gender, etc...
The blind fold represents objectivity. It means that justice should be brought, regardless to the victim's and offender's identites
The Statue of Liberty wears a Roman type of dress called a Stola
A robe. If not use a search engine find pictures of "the statue of liberty" and determine it for yourself.
She would wear size 879.
Yes, she wears opened-toed sandals.
she wud wear size.......the size of ur mother's fat butt. lol
The Statue of Liberty has been described by historian Marvin Trachtenberg as a "synthomorphosis" of forms. The Statue of Liberty's gown is meant to look like a classical Greek toga. This was a popular reference in the art of the time, as all things classical were enjoying a popular revival. Lady Liberty is an allegory; that is to say, she is garbed to represent such Greek ideals as freedom and democracy.
The Statue of Liberty wears a crown with 7 rays to signify the unity of the 7 continents.The Statue of Liberty is actually a greatly enlarged copy of the original 'Statu du Liberte' which is on Pont Neuf Bridge in Paris, and was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the USA in the 1880's- so her crown is just reproduced from the original.It's meant to symbolise the triumph of liberty and freedom- 'liberty wears the crown of freedom from oppression', sort of thing. It represents the crowning of the liberation of the people.
She wears open-toe sandals. And, the Statue of Liberty has broken shackles and chains laying near her feet, to remind us that freedom requires the actual action of breaking from bondage, and that on July 4th 1776, she had just recently broken free, but was already shining a light for all others to do likewise.