Are Shoes More Relevant Than Politics?

Are we more interested in shoes than in politics? Is Manolo Blahnik is more relevant to the lives of women than Margaret Beckett (British Foreign Secretary) and does Jimmy Choo mean more than John McCain? Read Entire Press Release. … [Read more...]

Bostonians for Corporate America

As a 9 to 5 a day guy in Corporate America, business casual is the dress code of most Fortune 500 companies. Trying to coordinate clothes for a 5-day week can be tough, but getting a good, comfortable pair of shoes can be toughest of all.   Style counts, but shouldn't substitute for comfort. For style and comfort, check out these Bostonian Akron Shoes. Slick black design with a glossy look shouts professionalism. Most important, this design is quite comfortable. An added bonus is how quiet … [Read more...]

Yep, Kim is Happy.


My boyfriend sent me an email this morning with the subject line "This should make you happy!" with a link to this news article.   Yippee! A DSW shoe store is coming to Westroads Mall in Omaha! I stop at Westroads every time I visit Omaha  and visit  Cinnabon and Old Navy. And come September, I can add DSW to the list!   Hmmm, maybe  I should apply for a job at the new Google datacenter in Council Bluffs  to be closer to some better shopping?! Speaking of jobs, my sister just got a job at … [Read more...]

Never Say Never to Golf Sandals

I'm sorry, but  when I think about sandals,  I do not think about  golf. I have noticed there are a lot of ladies on my golf league that wear golf sandals,  but not me. I have no desire to own a pair at this time in my life. But if I ever do, I'll consider these Bite X-Golf OS sandals from  Tried and true X-Golf sandal, now with interchangeable insoles. Designed specifically for a woman's foot and stride. Lightweight Durahide leather for immediate comfort. Neoprene lining for added … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Barefoot Tess

shoes. i collect shoes like some people collect fine art. my friends think i'm an addict. they are probably right. i don't care. it pleases me that i'm able to do it. this was not always the case. i'm 6 ft tall and wear a size 12 shoe. there is not a shoe store, box OR mall, within 50 miles of my house where i can walk in and buy a pair of womens shoes to fit my feet. i was doomed to a life of mens shoes. not for me were the pretty, girly peep toe pumps. the jewel encrusted sandals. the … [Read more...]