February 03, 2011
Can you have too many shoes?
I think what guys are missing is the fact that women tend to live in boots in the winter. I wear skirts and dresses almost every week day with tights and boots. They're warm and comfortable, and fashionable. It would be easy to stop shopping after 2 pairs if there were only 2 types, but there aren't. There are flats, wedge heels, ankle boots, calf high boots, knee high and over-the-knee boots, which are all used for different looks and different settings. For example, you don't wear casual boots with pom pom's to the office, but you would wear them on the weekends. Another example is my rain boots, which are strictly for puddle filled days, but not for a night out on the town. So there are different looks and occasions, not to mention color schemes. You wouldn't wear black boots with a brown outfit, or blue boots with a black outfit, would you? If you want a dressier look you go with a heel or wedge, and for casual go with the sweater type boots or flat boots.
Shoes and boots are not just footwear, but they are accessories to an outfit, and unlike men, women can never have enough.
By now you are either nodding your head in agreement, or thinking that I need to join shoppers anonymous...feel free to leave comments with your thoughts.
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