I read this article in various forms a bunch of times. Here’s a link to the article: Wedges Kill Sex Drive. The article, of course isn’t titled this way, but I think it’s better and this is my blog, so I get to call it what I want. The basic tenet is that men don’t think wedges are sexy. They aren’t. They are the most comfortable form of the heel, though. For women who are on their feet all day, the wedge is going to be better for your feet and back overall. This is,
of course, only my opinion from my personal experience and discussion with my friends at the Starbucks counter. You know I like my comfort, and I like my heels. While this seems like a win/win, I do have to admit that knowing that the boys look upon my wedges with a fair amount of disdain may make me pause when purchasing new shoes.
That being said, I wore these on a very sad occasion, so I’m happy to leave them off my feet for the fear that they may remind me of that time.
Peep toes are great, but if you have been reading, you know that I am having a pedicure crisis. This shoes’ beauty is not done justice when combined with the bright blue polish. And it’s all my fault. Johnny OC, pedicurist extraordinaire, tried his best to go with my standard go-to OPI Nail Color: Big Apple Red. Or even the back up, Dutch Tulips. I fought it, though. Had to go outside the box, get crafty. I’m sorry now, aren’t I? The internet never forgets.
And either will these gorgeous Paul Green Peep Toe Pumps from Nordstrom. I’ve had these for two years now – and have two that are virtually the same from a visual standpoint, but the heel is different, so, you know, the shoe is different. I did mention that I may have a slight problem right?
Paul Green makes a very comfortable shoe. And many of his styles are very sexy – as are these. The price is on the higher side (around $300 +/-), but the quality of the shoe is worth it. Just remember, folks, the toe nail polish is a three week commitment. Don’t take it lightly. And listen to the pedicurist. They know better!