What's with all the hate for jellies? How can Lunch collectively give Jellies a -1? I think that I've had about 50 of these over the years, and currently have about 25 pairs stocked up in my closet (they break fairly easily, like every few months or so after continuous wear). I'm being totally serious. No exaggeration. I've had them in just about every color, and every variation in shade of those colors, and sometimes they're clear, sometimes they're opaque, sometimes they've got glitter, etc, etc. Don't mess with me and my jellies. I can walk for miles in them.
So comfy and cute! I prefer the round-toed ballet flats as opposed to the pointy-toed ones. These are very versatile shoes. The best part about them is that, not only are they comfy, but they're appropriate for almost any place and any situation.
See the full review, "Cute and comfy every day shoes".
I prefer pumps and heels to wedges, but wedges are so much easier to walk in because they've got solid sole support! No need to worry about getting my heel stuck in floor drains or cracks (super embarrassing!). Adds height to my short stature (5'2.75, that .75 is really important to me!) and I'm able to wear them for many hours with that added support.
My preferred height of boots. I only wear boots when it's cold (unless they're those cool, cut-out boots!), so it's awesome that these keep my calves warm. My favorite are slouchy boots because they're comfy, and I can just slip them on and not deal with the zipper! I love my Arizonna ones from Steve Madden.
Pumps are my favorite. I'd wear them all the time and they'd be at the top of the list if I could stand and walk in them for more than a few hours. They make my legs look totally hot! I'm dying for a pair of Christian Louboutins. Till the day I can afford to have red soles though, I'll settle for Steve Madden.
I feel the same way about strappy heels as I do pumps; I'd wear them all the time if I could! Sergio Rossi and Siger Morrison make some amazing strappy heels and I wish that I could afford to have my closet filled with them!
These are kind of a pain to put on and not very practical, also a little difficult to sit and bend your knees in (I guess this depends on the fabric the boots are made of, tough)... But I think that they're totally hot!
I dig espadrilles for the same reason I dig wedges. These are more fun and low key shoes though, what with the rough cotton upper, and the straw-like heel. Cute with sundresses, but could be potentially hazardous with any other outfit combo...
When I'm not Lunching, I'm a jeweler, and an all around, self-proclaimed web geek. My passions include social media, the interweb, technology, writing, yoga, fitness, photography, jewelry, fashion, … more