Runway to Real Way. Pumps, Boots, Slingbacks, and Wedges — Gang’s All Here! Second City Style Fashion Blog

November 19, 2007 • Runway/Realway


Jenn Scott for Second City Style Magazine

Having a bad hair day? We’ve all been there. Is your “skinny” outfit
failing you? Everyone can relate. Forget about your boisterous locks
and inflating scale for the day. Every woman has a torrid love affair with shoes, and today is the day to embrace it.

The best thing about feet is that they rarely have a bad day — not
many people complain about a “bad foot day.” While your unmanageable
mane develops a mind of its own and your body can grow two sizes over
night, your feet will trustily pull through in a bind.

Many times, seeking solace in shoes is the way I find peace in my
ever increasingly fast-paced life. Every day is a new adventure. As you
roll out of bed and your feet hit the cold air beneath, a surge of
excitement overtakes the chill. What shoes will you wear today?

This season offers versatility when it comes to matters of the feet. Prepare to have a runway show of your own every time you walk out the door.

When you open your closet doors, consider what shoes you will wear.
Build your outfit around the shoes that you feel the best in! By doing
this, you are guaranteed to start your day in the best way possible.
Embrace those things in life that make you feel empowered!

Don’t be afraid to rock the wedge. A wedge
offers the leg elongation and general feel of a pump, but functions as
more of a flat. If you have a long day ahead of you, and you can’t
imagine spending an entire twelve hours with your foot in a pump, then
spring for the wedge. Wedges are also great for jeans that may be a
little too long for flats. If you want to dress down your look and also
wear your favorite wide-leg pants that are usually worn with a heel,
rely on the wedge. Don’t be afraid to pair them with dressy and casual
outfits. Read more here

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