Shoes Society


I happen to be a shoes-aholic. I can't stand for not buy a pair of beautiful shoes. (un)fortunately, there are so many beautiful shoes out there which always ready to be brought home -both branded and unbranded. *tongue out* I don't believe about love at the first sight to human being, but i do believe in love at the first sight to a pair of beautiful shoe.  Lucky me, my parents and boyfie are OK about it *even though sometimes they complaint about it*

It's all started since I was in junior high school. I went to a private high school so I didn't have to wear black shoes (regulation of public school in Indonesia atm). I had 14 pairs of shoes when I was in junior high *grin*-most of them are red & pink. My favourite brand was Gosh. In senior high, I collected less than in junior high. My favourite brand were Adidas and Converse. Things got more serious when I go to university. I've been receiving kind of monthly 'pocket' money from my parents. I managed it well so that I could still but any shoes that I want --I never asked money from my parent to buy shoes...I managed it from my monthly 'pocket' money.

I've been collecting many kinds of shoes from many brand -local and international. Kinds of shoes that I've been collecting until now are Wellington boot, Dr.Martens, Gladiator, Loafer, Oxford, Ballerina Flats, Slip-on, Moccasin, Dockside, Wedges, Stiletto, Platform, Ankle strap, Nike Air, sneakers, Mary janes, Pump and Open toe sandals. The international brands are mostly from H&M, Dr.Martens, Forever21, Zara, Stradivarius, Rubi Shoes, Pull and Bear, New Look, Nike, Puma and Adidas. For local brand, I like PopFlats and AdorableProjects.

Speaking of shoes, earlier today I woke up and busy doing nothing -I'm in 2 weeks semester break. So I decided to clean up my shoes, took it all out to get some fresh air and then I realized that my shoes storage is out of space *tongue out*. And these are some of my babies (read: shoes):

"No woman needs more than one pair of shoes. But when it comes to shoes and women, the word 'need' doesn't make any sense" - Alicia Muniz 
(shoes collector, designer and founder of Comme il Faut, the house that change the design concept of women's shoes for tango and Buenos Aires nightlife)

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