I have a confession to make. I’m planning to commit shoe fraud, and it’s entirely pre-meditated. Thankfully, it should, as far as I can tell, be a victimless crime. My only excuse is that it seemed to be the only way I could come to terms with my shoe choice and get my dress properly altered, because we’re coming down to the wire.
Here’s what happened.
I fell in love with a pair of shoes that is entirely impractical. They are stunning Guess ombre glitter peep-toe pumps with a hidden platform. The platform peeping out is a champagne gold metallic; the front of the pump starts silver glitter and transitions to rose gold in the back. It would coordinate perfectly with my bridesmaids’ dresses, and it is an absolutely STUNNING shoe. The generous platform means that the effective heel height is around three and a half inches, which is a height I am accustomed to wearing. The total heel height is five inches.
Hideous post-gym leg modeling absolutely stunning shoe
The shoes are PERFECT. I had to buy them. (Spoiler alert: I DID.) So what’s the problem?