I have about 3 pairs of athletic shoes, but, I only wear one pair of them. I also have two pairs of hiking boots, but I only wear those in the winter. I also have a couple pairs of sandals, and one pair of those beach shoes.
I wear the one pair of Athletic shoes, and one pair of sandals around the house. The rest were pretty much a waste of money, because I hardly ever wear them.
2 pairs of shoes
one pair of trainers
one pair of wellingtons
two pairs of work boots
one pair of sandals
I conceder myself decadent for having so many.
4 pairs of trainers - just in case
1 smart pair,
1 outdoor walking pair
I only buy a new pair if they need replacing.
Black Balmorals - 1
Brown Wingtips - 1
Brown loafers - 1
Tennis shoes - 2
Athletic shoes - 1
Flip Flops - 3
Cowboys Boots - 1
Slip-on business casual - 2
Boating shoes - 1
Work boots - 1
by Holly5 years ago
My husband complains about my obsession with shoes- he says that there is no rational reason that I should have; at last count 162 pairs; of fabulous-expressive-conversation starter- shoes...I have boots of different...
by n1shoes6 years ago
there are so many brand shoes,like Nike, adidas, LV, Gucci,Hogan,Coach and so on. then how many shoes do you have?
by woolman605 years ago
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PAIR OF SHOES TO WEAR AND HOW OLD ARE THEY?
by bootsky6 years ago
yes.wear some skinny jeans (doesn't matter what color) and tuck them into the boots. then get a cropped jacket and a long scarf, and one of those trendy hats from Banana Republic. that would look great!
by Barefootfae3 years ago
Toe rings? I like barefoot sandals and make my own usually.
by Brian5 years ago
I was watching this men's fashion advice guru on youtube, and he claims that men should never wear tighty whiteys, or white crewneck t-shirts, because it's not fashionable. I just watched this, and went...you're kidding...
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