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How many pairs of "shoes" do you REALLY own?

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        06-20-2012, 07:42 PM
      #31
    Trained
    4 pair of boots
    2 pair custom made
    2 store bought, I sold several pair this winter on Ebay that I never wore.

    1 pair Roper slip on shoes
    1 pair Roper chukka/buckaroo town shoe
    1 pair Schnee snow pacs...love them...
    1 pair fancy going to town knee high, high heeled girly boot
    3 pair of heels...maybe worn once each in the last 4 years....
    3 pair of sandals
    6 pair of flip flops, some for just around the house, others the super shiney ones for town.

    Not bad....thought it was going to worse...but ask how many bits I own and you'll see where the money goes..LOL!
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        06-21-2012, 02:18 AM
      #32
    Trained
    I always figured it didn't matter how many stacked up since no one would ever know! :) Not even DH....although he has illuded to the fact he is aware I have a few pairs!
    I have two pairs of dress shoes - the least worn. I can't stand to part w what they want for a quality pair of non-chinese made, comfy and "stylish" dress shoes that I will wear infrequently - when I could buy a good pair of boots for that, and wear them frequenlty! So, I go and buy another pair of boots, and just wear the dress shoes I already own in order to save money.
         
        06-21-2012, 02:26 AM
      #33
    Foal
    6 pair, One pair boots, 2 pair of heels, two pair tennis shoes and One pair of work shoes. I hate to shop and I have a hard time finding shoes that fit right.
         
        06-21-2012, 04:40 PM
      #34
    Green Broke
    So, since we're on the topic of boots..I was cleaning out some of my Mom's old things and I came across a pair of boots, they were pretty rough looking but I cleaned them up and realized they are a pair of Dan Post snakeskin boots. They are in pretty good shape and fit me so I'm going to clean the leather again and find an exotic oil or something for the snakeskin..The boots are pretty wild looking..But hey, I guess that's what was "in" when Mom bought them and wore them.


    Who would have thought to put royal blue and multi-colored snakeskin together?

    I don't even know much about the boots, I Google'd them and came up with a little information but not much..Some vintage website buys and sales them..
         
        06-21-2012, 05:02 PM
      #35
    Weanling
    Shoes are the one thing I actuallt neglect to buy! Ha- I have
    2 lacer type riding boots,
    1 pair of Cowboy Boots,
    1 pair Tall Boots,
    2 Flip-flops one for backup lol
    1 pair o Toms that are absolutley worn! Great thing about Toms are that they classify as dress up shoes to me Lol
    And the good ol rain/muck boots
    For our sanity I'll just estamate my slipper collection around 10 lol
    These are collected over 5 years so I think its reasonable!
         

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