When Anna Vaysman needed shoes for her Chicago wedding -- she ordered eight pairs. Taking advantage of Zappos.com's lenient return policy, she tried them all on but only kept two of the eight pairs for her big day. She admits browsing through hundreds of shoes -- both online and off -- before making her choice. On the other hand, her husband picked "The" shoe after carefully examining only six pairs. "I'm not a shopohalic, but I like shoes a lot," Vaysman admits.
Let's face it, you love your shoes. But maybe you haven't treated them right. You've worn them down and haven't given them the attention they deserve.
Like Tuscan villas and Hugh Jackman, beautiful shoes were things I'd salivated over in magazines and admired from afar but could never have.
Before sky-high Louboutins and Manolos, people (cave men and women, to be specific) wore lace-up flats. And to think, I assumed our prehistoric ancestors walked around barefoot. Silly me -- of course, they wore shoes!
Our favorite footwear of the season -- and the best part is, they're affordable!
Nope, you're not in a hot tub with John Cusack traveling back to 1986, jelly shoes are really here again! But these aren't like the ones you wore while watching Jem and the Holograms and teasing your bangs. The 2010 versions are bejeweled, chic and made for adults, with celebs like Anne Hathaway bouncing around in the updated sandals.
Here are a few cute choices, so you too can go retro without going overboard (or over budget):
We love this Carrie Bradshaw ensemble from Sex and the City 2. We've been wearing plaid all year, and the light-colored denim and lavender heels update the trend to another level.
From sexy to just plain wacky, these boots and booties are sights to see