So I am briefly going to share with you something I learned and show you the result..... In all the books and blogs that I have read regarding wardrobe and making wise purchases when you are adding to your wardrobe you need to make sure you love the piece and ask yourself honestly if you are going to wear it. Well I have been wanting a pair of comfortable shoes for work that can be dressy or casual, depending on what I would like to wear. I have decided that just because I rent uhaul trucks and work in a partly unfinished building doesn't mean that I have to look like a slob. (I really struggled this summer...it was just so hot before we got air and regular doors put on two rooms any make up just melted off) My sneakers are getting a little grubby too. Anyway I wanted a pair of shoes that covered my toes because i learned this summer that wet grass and opened toed shoes equal wet toes which equal yuck. And I also have sensitive feet, I love heels but with my current weight etc...they don't love me back and I can't wear them more than an hour or two and I cannot do any lifting or extended walking in them. So here is what I chose. I ended up at a Naturalizer outlet and I was shopping their clearance section (I am unwilling to spend what they want for shoes in their non clearance section) I love the added padded comfort I can usually find in their shoes, and I tried on several pair there and several pair at Rue 21 but what I found were these at the Naturalizer outlet
Do you think they are too funky? I picked them because a) they were comfortable, and b)they have a little bit of every color in them so I figured they could go with whatever I put on whether it be slacks or jeans. I don't think I will wear them every day but probably quite a bit. For once I feel like I made a sensible purchase not just a stylish whimsical one. They have a flat protective sole and it is all good.
here is what they look like on
Now if I can just figure out what to do with my hair I could feel well put together on a daily basis....one thing at a time though!
Hope your "hump" day was great!!!!!!!