He was patient to watch me try shoes on.
I need some dress shoes, meaning shoes to wear on Sunday that are not flip flops or have holes in them. I do not enjoy spending money on shoes and definitely look at them as a necessity not an accessory.
I loved these shoes and if my name was Michelle, Annette Benning, or Kate Winslett then maybe I would have bought them, but I was not sure if I was classy or hip enough to buy them. They were made in Italy and the softest leather I have ever felt. The fact it had darling grosgrain ribbon to tie them shut made me happy but my fat wrinkle peeking out did not.
I of course went for the flip flop and loved this (now hideous looking) Born sandal. Price always speaks to me and they were only $20.00 so I felt like I should buy them because they were a good deal, but then Jeff's voice was in my head saying "that is no reason to buy something" I sometimes feel like I am saving a puppy from the pound when I buy something really inexpensive as if I can't just leave it on the shelf.
I just had to try these on. They were only $25. These are for sure way too hip for me and too high. It was fun walking around in them and they were not as uncomfortable as I thought they would be.
White eyelet tennis shoes with a tread and large elastic mary jane band. (oh and dragon like embroidery) Oh my please tell me who is buying these? Maybe some freaky girl who only wants to wear tennis shoes on her wedding dayI really had high hopes for these to work out because they had a heel, which I think would make me feel pretty girlie and they were made by Born. (the ultimate in comfort)
I just don't think anyone can make three inch heels comfortable.
These yummy white leather driving shoes were wonderfully comfortable, but look how lop sided my stand is in them - My right foot is hanging off! (which is why I have to buy stability running shoes)
I thought of Doodlebugs Kacey and what she would say, "no white shoes till after Memorial Day" so I passed.
I ended up buying these for $38.00. They have a heel (ya me) and keep with my love for Mary Janes. Too bad they look just like a pair of shoes I had a few years ago and I just can't seem to embrace change.
Are shoes an accessory for you or a necessity?