I completely agree! There's nothing like a great pair (and expensive) of shoes to look forward to walking in everyday. It's a very key aspect of any wardrobe, the perfect shoe.
Beacause of these ladies I have told myself no more black shoes! (unless they are amazing and the price is right).I wish I could meet all of them. Thanks for giving us a peak into their lives.
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We are doing ok here on the other coast. Often I'll decide on which shoes to wear and then build up from there. A "shoe-centric" philosophy.
i live through my feet. they need comfort AND wild beauty!
I love that lady in the upper left - mary wales loomis. I got started in shoemaking with her book. Check her out!
I just got a pair of those Bass saddle shoes -second row from bottom far right. I like that the toe is narrower than the exaggerated Steve Maddens I was considering. They're cut low towards the ankle and will go with pants or skirts. So many of the heavy leather oxfords had reviews that mentioned a break-in period. These were good straight out of the box.I thought I was ordering wine colored toes with a blue saddle, but when they arrived it was a teal toe with a brown saddle. Sometimes you just have to go with the flow.
Happy Feet :)))
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