Because I’m vain and stupid, I’m going to Malmö, where I’ll be walking all day, in shoes I have never worn before
I hereby inform you of your duty to immediately alert me if you stumble over a pair of shoes like this for less than 109 €. If you fail to do so, I will… not do anything probably because I need you way more than you need me. But please? I really want shoes like that.
Weather inappropriate shoes are weather inappropriate.
H&M is the worst. I didn’t buy them because I was wearing a pair of shoes I couldn’t just slip out of and I was too lazy to take them off to try these on. Unless they look incredibly ugly on my feet, I’ll buy them, however. The chances that they look ugly on my feet are slim though because leopard print was pretty much made for me.
Well this day had a lazy start
The most productive thing I’ve done so far has been throwing away three pairs of shoes that I had worn to death. These shoes have been
- A pair of black ballet flats with a reptile pattern that I dearly loved, bought in the H&M girls department (they generally have the best shoes)
- Flips Flops with bows on them that I ruined in Croatia.
- Pink plimsols that had to console me over how expensive Keds are here. After less than six months of owning these shoes there was a hole in the sole through which pebbles crept in. I’ve since then replaced them with real pink Keds that I got in a sale.
This gives you a taste of how much my shoe collection is something 8 year old girls would be envious of.
EDIT: I found the shoes
We have a ridiculous amount of places where we keep shoes. I also found the green sandals my sister once bought shortly before realising that she can’t stand sandals and that I’ve since then adopted.
Shoes that have inexplainably vanished
My t-strap floral ballet flats. I mentioned the t-strap because I have two pairs of floral ballet flats. I have no control, I know. I much prefer the one with the t-strap though because it doesn’t hurt and you can run after the bus without fearing a loss of one or more shoes.
AmAppy don’t make shoes I want, please.