yes, my sandals are leather, and they can protect my feet from the rain in a good way
No. I always don't wear sandals when it is raining. sometimes, I do.
Absolutely! Rain cannot stop my love for gorgeous sandals!
once the weather FINALLY turns nice I wear sandals constantly, even in the rain.
No, I hate having wet feet! I feel gross and I am prone to getting sick with wet feet.
No it's so gross when your sandals get all soggy and slippery.
Not intentionally, for the most part I would rather my feet be warm and dry.
However, if I were to be in a hot tropical destination and got caught in a downpour then I would probably welcome some cooling rain to splash on my open toes.
Yes - I live in Scotland and so like to behave as though the weather is warm in the summer months even when it really isn't...
I do love cute sandals! But I do think I usually wear sandals in the rain by accident in most cases because my feet get so slippery when it rains. I don't watch the weather channel, though, so those accident days happen pretty often when it's spring and summertime.
Not on purpose but I have been caught out by the rain whilst wearing sandals. Yuk.
Yes, I do wear sandals in the rain because it makes my life easier. Plastic flip flops are easy to wipe clean and dry quickly compared to gym shoes and wet socks are no fun
by silverlungs 19 months ago
Does the weather influence your mood?I always find that when it's sunny, I'm a much happier person and what not, and when it rains I'd rather spend the day in bed. I was wondering if any of you had similar experiences?
by tdebrick 10 years ago
When do you start putting away your sandals?
by Barefootfae 7 years ago
Toe rings? I like barefoot sandals and make my own usually.
by Sp Greaney 7 years ago
What do you prefer to wear? Sandals or flipflops?
by BrainSpace 9 years ago
Do you think its ok to wear socks with sandals?
by poetlorraine 10 years ago
hope the weather will be better tomorrow, we have seen a few floods around and still the rain is falling,,,,,,,
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