I hope your weekends were as lovely as you all are, and even if they weren’t, it’s a new week that will eventually turn into a weekend, so you can try again. You know, the sun’ll come out tomorrow and all that jazz.
Anywho, I realized I haven’t done a Favorite Thing in quite some time, so now is as good of a time as any!
My favorite thing this week are my Charleston shoes from the small, but oh-so adorable Charleston Shoe Company.
Seriously, y’all, these shoes are my favorite. I love that I’ve finally found comfortable heels and I love all the compliments I get while wearing them.
They’re at a bit of a steeper price tag ($100-$150), but they’re totally worth every penny. The shoes are not only comfortable, but they come in just about every color and pattern and heel height.
I like to think of them as my ‘training heels.’ You know how you have training bras for the little tweeny boppers to help them gradually build up to the actual bras? Well, I feel like these were the perfect training heels because I used to be all about the flats and couldn’t walk in heels worth a damn. I looked about as solid on my heels as a newborn calf trying to stand up and walk for the first time.
Then I was strolling down King Street in Charleston and found Charleston Shoe Company. My first pair were the nude wedges pictured and they’re still my favorite shoes two years later.
Once I put these heels though, I felt like the sexiest woman who ever put on a pair of shoes. I could strut with the best of them and give Carrie Bradshaw a run for her money.
Another fun fact is that they don’t have all the colors and patterns on their website, for the sheer fact that it would be too many options, but if you get into contact with them, they can find and custom make the shoes of your desires.
Seriously, go get yourself a pair. If you love your feet for all the kick ass things they do for you–walking, running, being the endposts to your beautiful legs, do yourself a favor and get them comfortable and adorable footwear.
I do send my deepest apologies to your bank accounts though. 🙂
Until next time,