Note to Readers:
On my recent jaunt to Kentucky, I went to a local shoe store and I had no idea what Louisville had in store for me. I will say, I saw some beautiful shoes, including an amazing pair of Christian Lacroix heels that I was lusting after, but their price tag exceeded my budget. Instead of dwelling on the shoes I would not be able to take home with me, I decided to focus on the shoes that you couldn't pay me to take home. I love visiting new places and new shops and this trip was no different! So ladies and gentlemen, I give you my favorite shoes in Louisville!
Note to Glittery Cowboy Boots:
I have never seen anything like you. I don't know how well you are constructed, or if the wearer would leave traces of glitter with each step. I do know that you are definitely head turners, and you would probably be the most sparkly pair of boots at any local line dancing bar. I also know I would not wear you, unless it was for some kind of costume.
Note to Artsy Clogs:
While I do give you credit for having a Vermeer masterpiece painted on you, I still would not wear you. If I am going to do any kind of homage to Vermeer, I would probably just wear pearl earrings, not wear clogs with The Girl With the Pearl Earring painted on them.
Note to Silver Wedges:
You just crack me up. The athletic sole looks like it could belong on a pair of Chuck Taylor's, but it is on the bottom of these peep-toed wedges. I guess the wearer can take comfort in knowing they are getting both athletic shoes and dancing shoes all in one.
Note to Polka Dot Uber-Platforms:
Words can't describe the wonder of you. Actually wonder is a good word for you, because you look like you could be found in some psychedelic Alice in Wonderland collection. I don't know who can actually wear you, because when I put you on I was taller than the shoe racks. Yes, I am 5'9", but these make me look like I could see eye-to-eye with Shaq.
Note to Louisville:
This post is not to represent everything you have going on in your fashion scene. It is just a small part of what I saw on my visit, that I felt was worth sharing. Thanks for showing me a good time.