After looking over the poll, I noticed that I have quite a mix of edgy and conservative shoe lovers. This is totally cool because I need a mix.
I cringed a little when I finally checked out of shopbop. The shoes were $276.50, and with tax they came out to be $299.31. To be honest, if I had to pay for shipping I would have probably passed up on the shoes and this blog. I am second guessing if this blog was a really good idea. You guys might need to talk me back into it.
At the end of the day, my frugal and stingy cheap ways kind of dictates my fashion choices.
Anyways, the selection of shoes I picked out for the poll were heavily based on price and what I would possibly like to wear.
If I had to pick every shoe each month, they would probably be all black with some heavy duty hardware. My thought process is always about bang for your buck. If I am going to spend 3 c-notes on my shoes, they better be damn cool. the Tragedy of that is, they might be too cool for me to wear on a daily basis.
The booties would probably be the last choice out of all the of my options. Like someone stated in my comments: "I love the Tory Burch wedges, but that's because they look the most NORMAL out of the options. However, I feel that if you are going to spend a good amount of money on designer shoes, they should be unique and worth the price. You can find shoes like the Tory Burch ones every season, but if you're going to EXPERIMENT, why play the safe card?! I'm going for the one YOU said you liked. "--L.
Creeps me out sometimes how well you guys know me. ^_~"
I'm glad the Torys won by Out of Stock Default. I would have never gotten them myself. Since they are pretty "normal" and very every day wear, I would get my bang for the buck with wear and tear.
Now, let's stare at them on my grass-like carpet.
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"Let's be realistic, how many people are buying a $2,000 skirt? I love to design things that people can actually buy. I'm staggered by what a boot costs today."--Vera Wang