Wish List: Little Black Heels

Tragedy struck in my life this week.

My most practical, comfortable, functional, yet still cute black shoes are on their last leg... er heel. I have walked through the heels, to the point of metal sticking out the bottoms. It's sad. Sad. Sad.
Found at Target

And yet, maybe not so sad....

This means, I must get some new shoes. Aw, shucks. Mama needs new shoes, whatever shall I do?

I shall shop. That's what I shall do.

So, in addition to a great quality work tote, I am officially adding practical, black high heels to my wish list.

They need to be a lower heel - somewhere around 2 inches - so that I can function in them 8 hours a day at work. Plus, I find that I am far more coordinated in shoes that are actually strapped to my feet, which is why I have gotten so much mileage out of this pair, so I'd like the new ones to also have a strap of some sort.

Here are some inspirations for what I'd like:

 All photos found on pinterest - you can see the rest of my "wish list" board here: Wish List Board.

I will probably end up ordering the ones in the top photo from Target, since that's where I got my other ones, but it has certainly been fun looking around at all of the gorgeous footwear on the web!

I am, honestly, quite proud that I have worn out a pair of shoes. It feels good to have used something so often and so completely that it needs to be replaced. Have you ever walked through a pair of your favorite shoes? Or worn out another favorite piece?


Ginny MyNewFavoriteOutfit said...

I'm really hard on my heels too, if you haven't thrown them out you can take them to a shoe repair store and get them Re-heeled for about $10, so worth it!

Amia said...

I love the heels in the last picture, though they are a bit too high to be practical work shoes. I have those Target ones, they fit like a glove and are pretty comfy :)

Jeans and a Teacup said...

I think I'm about to wear through my boots :-( Although I might just have them re-soled. I like the first studded pair of black heels!
Jeans and a Teacup

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