l to r Kate Spade, Proenza Schouler, Kate Spade
Regardless of my (mis)adventures in heels or flats, I wholeheartedly understand the quality of a well designed shoe. Likewise, I equally desire to keep a good amount of my coins within my possession. Hey thrifting this is why I heart you soo much. Additionally investing in high-end pieces are worth it for items I know I will keep forever. More importantly I'm kind of rough on shoes. Thrifting or shopping consignments and resale boutiques gives me much less guilt and heartache. To make sure I'm getting the bang for my buck I follow 5 simple tips when purchasing designer footwear.
//One Size does matter
//Three Try it on
Throughout the day you feet will swell so try on shoes later in the day to account for the difference. No matter how beautiful a shoe is or how tempting the price is leave a just right size where it is.
//Four No click clacking
Though this is a simple fix, purchasing used shoes with heel tips intact, indicates that the shoe is in good condition. Just because you are purchasing a used shoes does not mean that it has be in poor shape.