The last couple weeks of Etsy Gift Guides (part one and two) have been a nice break from having to think of Friday Feets themes, but it’s time to go back to the Friday Feets grind. I’m feeling lazy today, so I’m going with a brand post – in this case, a brand I love but haven’t ever bought. Today’s Friday Feets theme is …
I’ll be honest, I’m not sold on the brightly colored rhinestones. But when a pair of gladiator sandals are marked down from $79.95 to $19.95, it kind of doesn’t matter, does it? That’s an awesome price for a shoe with real leather.
I really need to buy flats, and these are calling my name like a Siren perched on the rocky shores of credit card debt.
I am not meant to wear booties, and this makes me sad. I learned this the other day when I tried on a pair at Coach.
When an employee who very likely works off commission looks at your feet and goes, “Oh. Hm. Well, they’re … hm,” that’s probably a sign you shouldn’t wear booties.
If I could wear booties, though, I’d buy these. The lighter neutral color lessens the risk of giving you that hoof-y look, and the heel’s just high enough to give you lift, while still being low enough to give you stability in slick and wet weather.
The rounded toe offsets the risk of cheesiness that can come with a snakeskin stiletto. Instead of reminding me of something I’d snag out of a Real Housewife’s closet, they feel young and wearable.
It’s rainy and miserable outside right now. If I owned these boots, I could wear heels without running the risk of slipping and falling.
Remember how I was all, “shiiiiinnnnyyyyy” before? Yeah, that x10000. I need black heels, and should probably get a basic pair, but how can I do that when I know that these are out there, waiting to go to a good home like mine?
Speaking of feets, have you entered the 1,500 Fan Giveaway? Probably not. If your feet are cold like mine are right now, you’ll love a pair of those feet comforters.
Thanks for reading, guys! Have a good weekend.