This is really how my brain works. I want to own the pretty shoes, I want to possess them, I want to make them mine but I don't really want to wear them anywhere, because they're never as comfortable as my Skechers. Any of my Skechers actually, since I own multiple styles of them.
I own a decent number of heels too. All different brands, different colours, different styles. But I still look at them and love them and want to wear them. And then I go for flats.
I'm just not willing to choose style over comfort.
The reason for this rant? My newest acquisitions (Damn Payless and their BOGO events.)
I actually went in to replace the pair that I'd been wearing all day, because they were sorely in need of replacement. So it's all my own fault. (And that damn BOGO.) One positive is that I did have enough willpower to stop at 2 pairs. I seriously fell in love with about 8 different styles.
I really like the black patents. They're the pair that works as the replacement. They're simple, but the patent makes them a little more fun. And it makes them look less like just plain black shoes. Besides, who doesn't love black patent shoes?!? Am I right?
The other ones, well, I just like them. They're fun. And not quite black. They're really a dark gun metal-like grey. So different.
The other weird part is that these are "skinny" heels. I'm usually firmly against skinny heels. Obviously, they're not stilettos, but they are definitely thinner and taller than I would normally buy. But I was completely comfortable in them. The heels anyway, the shoes will take a little working in, but I tried them on at the end of the day after wearing heels all day, so they should be perfectly fine.
So yey. Pretty new shoes for me. To go with the pretty new pants I bought yesterday.
Ya, sticking to that budget really well, aren't I?
In my defense, I needed pants to replace the ones that I can no longer wear, and needed shoes to replace the ones that were broken. Both the pants and the shoes that were replaced have already been disposed of.