Change your Shoes Change your Outfit

  1. Mary says:

    This sweater has been calling my name! This might be what pushes me over the edge. Thank you for your post. Merry Christmas!

  2. Andrea says:

    Fun tech memories, and , yes I remember huddling over drinks with friends, worrying about our banks crashing. We all had a $ stash at home just in case.

    I’m a kitten heel girl now, unless it’s a bootie, or such. After a badly broken foot, I had to buy orthopaedic shoes and did not go easy into ‘that’ dark night – lol. We have several specialty she stores here and I was able to buy 3 gorgeous pairs. A winter bootie style, an everyday heel, and a bootie from Israel. My friends didn’t believe they were orthos,. I actually had to show them the removable foot beds. The brands, in order were Taos, Clark’s and Naot. The reason I decided on those three, was the financial outlay, ranging from $280-$340 each. But those shoes are so well made you can walk for the entire day and be completely comfortable. They will last for years, so over time the outlay balances out.

    I’m thinking, actually, this might be a fantastic post(s) idea for your site.

  3. Fashionista says:

    I’m also a shoe freak! (I won’t tell you how many pairs I own.) I adore the speckled brown sugar sweater! Enjoyable post as usual.

  4. Chris B says:

    You fooled me; I thought you’d bring out the leopard print flats with this for sure! 🙂

  5. Thank you for sharing
    Love the loafers!!!
    Have a very Merry Christmas

  6. Renee says:

    Beth I am becoming a shoe freak myself. I’ve found the brand Pikolinos that accommodates my narrow foot with casual styles. I recently purchased a pair of light brown loafers from them and love them. Happy Holidays!

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