Jacket & Pants: Kohl’s, Shirt: Hand-me-Down, Purse: Charming Charlies, Shoes: C/O J.Renee
Let’s talk about shoes for a moment, shall we?
I tend to wear cheap shoes. This has never been a problem for me. I don’t have health issues that involve my feet or back, so cheap shoes have worked for me, until recently. I’ve begun to notice the difference between cheap shoes and shoes that cost slightly more. It’s not necessarily in looks, although it could be. It’s in comfort.
When I’m in a pair of cheap, plastic shoes all day, my feet hurt. I think it has something to do with my descent to forty, but that topic is off limits today.
I feel like I could walk a mile in these without my feet hurting. The sign of a good shoe is when you forget you’re wearing any shoes and that’s how I feel about these J. Renee Faron Wedges.
We’ve already established how terribly clumsy I am, so a good shoe seems like a smart investment. I’ll certainly be rethinking my footwear options in the future.
Jeans: Old Navy, Shirt: GAP, Jacket: Same as Above, Boots: As seen here
I spent at least one full day in paint clothes. If you’re wondering what that looks like, think pj bottoms, wild hair, and my husband’s undershirt. Ya, not worth a photo.
You can see more photos of this dress styled different ways by clicking here.
That’s what I wore this Wednesday. You can head on over to the Pleated Poppy for more fashion inspiration.
Do you buy any old pair or do you take your time and invest in a good shoe?