Now I don't want to bite the hand that gives me gift cards, but I am trying to heal our relationship and I hear that communication is key. I see you going down a dark path, and I want to help out before it's too late.
Here's the deal: I want to get a more professional wardrobe but one that actually looks like me and not like I'm an extra in Working Girl, and step number one is heels. I am very flexible with colors and patterns even, since I like shoes that pop. I have only three caveats for heels:
- Chunky heels or platforms also are an absolute no; the whole point of heels is to look delicate and to push out the right curves in the right direction, so clomping around on hoofs would defeat the whole purpose and sacrifice of making myself even more Amazonian.
- ...1/2, leather and good quality. I want my feet to have sensation left in them at the end of the day, and I wear shoes for years if I like them.
|ModCloth: Seychelles "Watching the Clock"|
So, in the effort to salvage our relationship even after such a blow to my basic footwear needs, I turned to the most basic of the basic: black heels. Amoung 31 pairs of low-heeled black pumps only one peked my interest even a little bit: