Bought these Skechers the other day. Btw, they cost $70 here in the Intertop store on Khreschatik.
Hey! A woman gotta write at least one post on shoes! Even a weird one like myself))
My drama is I have to buy the shoes I don't really like because I just need some footwear.
Shoes in my world fall into different categories: those that I can endure wearing for 10 minutes, 30 minutes, an hour or more than an hour (extremely rare case). This concerns shoes of all prices.
I can remember a few shoes in my life that fit me almost perfectly. The rest of them was a nightmare. The cute black leather sneakers I bought last year - even those aren't ensuring my feets' rest.
So I tested out these seemingly comfortable Skechers yesterday, and I think they are going to be endurable for an hour or so (with band aids, of course).
The problem with my foot is that it is too thin (I wish I was talking about my waist now ) for its size, and also, my toe is slightly bent up. That's why it is hard for me to find anything - not mentioning something I truly love - to wear. I spend hours trying on different models in different sizes, and hopefully I find one or two pairs that fit more or less. I often end up buying shoes that feel a bit loose, because the alternative is something too tight, something completely impossible to walk in.
So anyway, if you happen to be a sexy, creative, atheist shoemaker ... find my contacts in the bottom of the page)))
Update. 13.04.2011 Apparently, I also have a "high instep." A consultant told me today as I was trying on their shoes.
Bought one pair. High heels. I think they're gonna be wearable for at least 30 minutes.
Oh I hardly wear heels. Only when I can lean on a nice strong man beside me ;)
Or when I go by taxi to some pub or restaurant.