Hard Time, High Heels?

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[youtube]cFrG4Q1e3-E[/youtube] 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.   25% of current shoe purchases include “really high heels”, ie 5″ […]

Shoes in the News

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Headlines from Wayne. Commentaries from Kim. Financial crisis causes women to crave high heels Great, you mean I’m gonna crave shoes even more that we’re in a economic recession? Good thing I’m an authority on saving money. Police offer free flip-flops to binge drinkers who keep falling over in heels So I have to get […]

High Heels for Babies

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I first heard of Heelarious “her first high heels” on the TODAY show. I instantly thought they would be the perfect gift for my cousin Erin’s daughter, but they are $40, which is a bit pricey for something infants grow out of quite quickly (designed for babies ages 0-6). But if money was no object, […]

Stop Sucking at Work

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A co-worker that knows how much I like shoes and talking about them sent me this article by Penelope Trunk: Five things that are about to stop sucking at work.   I could not pass up sharing  number 4… 4. The tyranny of high heels will give way to the pricey, good-for-feet-but-still-sexy, heel. Academic researchers […]