After slaving away in that kitchen for the better part of the afternoon, and then slapping up pictures and writing for the rest of it… I decided I wanted to do something different and frivolous. A conversation with a friend had me pondering about my shoes. I know I have quite a few heels, some cute flats and a veritable rainbow of $3 flipflops from Old Navy. So I did what any sane girl would do, I hunted down the right shoe for every pair I have and proceeded to photograph them. That is… I took pictures of the ones I didn’t already have close up shots to and I wasn’t about to take pictures of my flipflops. If you care to know what colors I have… not even I can tell you. I change them out, wear them down and toss them when I feel inclined. That’s the beauty of $3 footwear. You don’t have to worry about them and you can collect them in as many colors as your girlish heart can love.
And so I begin…
I still haven’t learned to walk in these. They are kind of painful.
But, darn, aren’t they pretty?
I’d REALLY wanted to get these in turquoise, but I chickened out and got them in black. I’m still wishing I had gotten the other pair; sparkly black slingbacks with fabric crochet flower and 2 inch heel.
No, I didn’t try to walk in these things.
The ribbon was pink but I couldn’t find it.
And I lied, the heels are really about 5 inches, not 7.
I’m still learning how to walk in these. Notice these are my sole pair of pointy shoes. They really hurt, I should have bought them a size larger but I got them online, and I wasn’t able to finally pick them up and try them on for a month after they were delivered. And the ankle straps actually do help; 5 inch heel.
If you have noticed, I really do not like super high heels. I keep them around 3 inches or less and I have a penchant for round toes and pumps. Now we look at my recently acquired flats:
Last, but certainly not least!
Pink with green trim and tulip pattern
What?! It rains a lot here on the island!
You expect me to ruin my other pretty shoes?