I am on a quest for the perfect pair of shoes to replace my black clogs that are beat-up beyond belief. I had bought the clogs way back in 2005 and they are now so beat up that I need to replace them. Heck, most my cool shoes are starting to look worn so I need to replace them.
The problem, so many shoes are catching my eye at the moment which makes it hard for this shoe girl to decide.
Should I go the clog route and buy a style like this:
GS1 Clog Wedge in Black by Jeffrey Campbell
They are really cool looking and I love the clog style. They would replace my clogs nicely and would be more stable than the ones I own since mine are heeled and these are wedge.
Or should I go peep-toe boots in grey:
Mainst Peeptoe Booties in Grey by Steve Madden
I love the snake-skin embellishment in the heels and the buckles. The grey colour has a touch of purple to the shade that makes the booties darker which I like. They are heeled and may not fit right at the ankles (I am not into gappy shoes that make legs look spindly) so, that makes me go..hmmm.
Or I can go all mirrored mules:
Black Xmas Mule with Platform by Jeffrey Campbell
The mirrored insert to these mules is gorgeous and the style modern. I am loving them though they may rock forward when I walk because of the shape of the wedge heel.
Or I can go with the nude colour that is so popular now:
Georgie High Heel Booties in Nude by Modern Vintage Shoes
I love the style of these booties, minus the back zipper. I am not sure why designers are making shoes that would be great with a buckle closure zip up because zippers break. The colour is very "now" but, will I still like them next year? That is the question.
I suppose I will hold off on deciding until after I come back form my trip to Seattle this coming weekend. I may see some shoes that catch my eye there instead of ordering shoes online. We shall see what I find there and if I still need to decide on new shoes when I return home from my trip. There are just so many great shoe choices out there right now, it makes it hard to decide.