Hard Time, High Heels?

Shoeaholics Anonymous Disclosure


Do shoes reflect the economy? Laurel Pinson, editor  of Lucky Magazine, says yes!   Women buy and wear higher heels during tough economic times.   The heel makes a woman feel for confident with a “fake it til you make it” attitude.  

Patricia Field for Payless Conga Boot

25% of current shoe purchases include “really high heels”, ie 5″ and 6″ heels. And Laurel says you don’t have to  have a lot of money to get the high heel look, as she showcased these Patricia Field Conga Motorcyle Ankle Boots, which are currently on sale for only $22 from Payless.com!  

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  1. Is it really? I don’t really think so. I feel like wearing high heels is to get more attraction and nothing to do with the economy.

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