I originally had these when, I worked in an office. I then wore them, for a couple of months at the end of last year waitressing. The soles became so thin. My feet soles hurt from walking on barely there shoe sole. As soon as got up and put feet on floor they hurt. Therefore it was a pleasure to throw these shoes.
Knee high boots. A great statement for winter. Bought in Jan 2018 for £9.99 reduces from £14.99.
My Mum and I both bought a pair of these in the M&S sale. I wore mine lots for nights out as they are elegant but comfy for dancing for hours. So when I was going to a family hen party in London and was going to be tight for time whereas my Mum was getting into London earlier I gave my Mum my luggage including silver shoes to take to the hotel. When I saw my Mum, in London she said she had upgraded my shoes; I was mysterfyed. It turned out as she had never worn her silver shoes; she had decided to give them to me :). You never know how comfy a pair of shoes are going to be; in hindsight when you have found a good pair you often wish you had bought two pairs, but it is too late. Now I have got a new pair of shoes I really like. The old pair is slightly battered but wearable; I keep them at my parents in case I need dressy shoes unexpectedly whilst there. Then I have new pair at my house which I still enjoy wearing on nights out 🙂
Another pair of shoes, that I thought were sensible. But the first time I wore I ended up walking longer than planned and they rubbed all skin off back of heels.
Some black trainers can wear when do not want to wear with boots. I sometimes even wear then with dresses and skirts.
Saw this on pintrest.
Thought something, similar would be great as a banner on my Walk a mile in my shoes, series. I had a random doodle, that I had created in youdoodle app, so tried adding text to it. It was hard to get text bold enough to be read. Does this work or do I need more monochrome, like the one I saw on pintrest?
Some white wedges. Have not worn for a long time as not very comfortable and can not wear with heel lift.
Some older grey boots that I have kept ‘just in case’ even though I have replaced them.
I think these look fairly elegant, yet the heel is fairly low.
Some brown shoes who’s straps cross cross up legs. They are well worn but not worn for a while as can not wear heel lift with them.