It took me three months to finally find the right pair. It was a happy accident. The first few weeks, I wanted a pair of Christian Louboutin. I kept worrying about how ugly the red bottoms were going to get, and I just couldn’t get passed the idea of them getting scuffed. I took a further step to try them on. The first pair I tried on was a pink, suede pump. Super cute! But not quite the right fit. I went a second time to try another pair of pumps. Nope. Not working for me. I refused for my feet to be in a pair of uncomfortable shoes. I just couldn’t do it to myself.
I moved on to some Jimmy Choos. I liked a few but nothing made me feel like, “those are the ones.”
Now, python Lucchese! When I saw the pink, python booties, I knew they were the ones. I love a nice pair of ankle boots, and these were definitely beyond any bootie I’ve seen. They were gorgeous but not on my feet.
When I finally found the perfect pair of shoes, I considered a few things that could have helped me in the process.
1. Comfortability (heel height)- This is a pair of shoes you’ll have to walk around for a few hours.
2. Price- What is something you feel comfortable paying for?
3. Style- What is your everyday style?