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People tend to collect stuff. I use the word ‘stuff’ for a reason because it’s not about books, cars, art etc. I mean ‘stuff’ as in bric-a-brac - def: miscellaneous objects and ornaments of little value.

Amongst the stuff I have accumulated (and now misplaced) over the years is a fridge magnet that reads “Good shoes open doors”. I think it was a part of a birthday present from a friend who knows shoe-addicted me very well. Obviously it’s a saying that works for me, which is why shoes/boots are always on point when I leave the house. I believe shoes should be polished, wiped, brushed, and un-scuffed, ‘cause you never know where the day will take you.

[caption id="attachment_775" align="aligncenter" width="300" class=" "]Vince Camuto "Nilee" $150 Vince Camuto "Nilee" $150[/caption]

Another of my favourite shoe sayings is “Walk a mile in my shoes”. It’s supposed to make someone feel empathy for other peoples’ situation. And I do. However, I also take it more literally by looking at what other women wear on their feet. The only time I really feel envious is when they’re wearing extremely high heels stilettos. My skinny ankles and sensitive toes don’t like stilettos. But I really would like to walk a mile in the shoes below:

[caption id="attachment_784" align="aligncenter" width="300" class=" "]Jessica Simpson "Carmody" $160. Jessica Simpson "Carmody" $160.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_779" align="aligncenter" width="300" class=" "]Ted Baker "Pageta" $270. Ted Baker "Pageta" $270.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_780" align="aligncenter" width="300" class=" "]mia "Margo" $95. mia "Margo" $95.[/caption] Check 'em out online or visit us in the stores. We'd love to see you. KaT


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