Why do Women buy shoes knowing that they do not fit?
37% (nearly four out of every ten) of women buy shoes that they know do not fit. (17% of men are also guilty of this).
Would you buy ill-fitting shoes because they are a bargain, or because they are the latest fashion must-have?
Do you wear pointed-toe shoes or killer high-heels because they look good, even if they cripple you?
Why do women put themselves through the discomfort?
another thing to complain about? or some interesting conversation
They say beauty hurts Oh the things we have to do to look good! We try to convince ourselves that maybe the shoes will get loose with time...until then we suffer! haha
Beauty over comfort. We even have an expression for that in my language and it means something to this effect, though it's hard to translate the exact meaning : "Want beauty, don't want life."
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