Footwear has been a slight passion of mine for a number of years now. Y’all have seen my pictures of new sandals and other fun shoes.
Breaking my ankle was a huge reality check though. My foot still doesn’t feel great in regular shoes, and the thought of balancing on heels gives me the heebie jeebies.
Thus it is that I’ve been on the lookout for new shoes. I discovered Vionic shoes a few weeks ago, but they are pricey! I guess you get what you pay for…lots of extra support, which I need for my pronated, non-arched right foot.
I’d already purchased one pair, but they didn’t match everything.
When we went to the Mayo Clinic last week, I convinced the Mr. to stop at a Shoe Station. I’d already looked online and had seen that this store had a vast assortment of these shoes. I had also found a 20% coupon.
When I got to the store, I saw an entire section of Vionic shoes…
That picture doesn’t do the section justice.
Despite the number of shoes, I had a hard time finding some that fit. I already knew that there were some sandals I couldn’t wear because my feet are very thin. I also did not want old lady shoes.
I did find this pair…
They weren’t the pair I’d gone in after, but they fit and were comfortable, and I’d been wanting a black pair of flip flops.
I had also seen this pair at Dillard’s and had fallen in love with them, but they weren’t available in my size at Shoe Station.
Fortunately, the gal at the register ordered the size I needed, and she even allowed me to use the 20% coupon off of them! I only had to pay a $2 shipping charge! They were waiting for me at home when I got back from the Mayo Clinic.
When I was in Jacksonville with the hubby, I’d done some shopping during our down time. I ran into a Dillard’s at the mall and found this pair of shoes that I instantly fell in love with…
They also come in a grey, but I opted for black because I figured that dirt wouldn’t show up as much. I really, really like them because they remind me of the Keds I wore as a teenager.
I am still on the lookout for the Vionic slippers…and boots…and other shoes.
For now, I’m happy. I feel like I have some options, even if I do need to wear my sneakers most of the time still. At least when I want to play a little, I can dress the part.