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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Shoes! OMG! : Work Shoes


My work shoes diagram for happy feet!

This is CorpGoth's Mid-Status Report fell on the perfect day, Shoes! OMG! Thursday. This month's Mid-Status Report theme is shoes that you would wear to work and since I work at Cats Like Us and I work from home (sewing, thrifting, etc.), I have two different styles of shoes I usually wear. The main theme with the shoes I choose is comfort. I like to wear creepers while slinging dresses as they are comfortable and I can wear them with a variety of outfits, and I like to wear my little leather sneakers when I'm out thrifting and scouring antique markets and shops. While most shoes I pick out are comfortable, adding a little extra 'bounce' in my step with gel insoles make for happy feet!



What type of shoes do you wear to work?

Thank you for reading!
XOXO-Meagan Kyla

14 comments:

  1. Oh yes, gel insoles! I put them in EVERY pair of shoes :)

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  2. I also use creepers and TUK shoes for work. I have to walk a lot in my job so comfort is essential :)

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    1. I've definitely learned the hard way from walking/standing in awesomely ouchie shoes. *shutters*

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  3. Gel insoles are little pieces of Heaven for your feet

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  4. I wear all sorts of shoes to work (heels, platforms, boots, flats, creepers), but I have a desk job, so I can regulate how much I'm actually on my feet during the day. If the shoes I want to wear are difficult to drive in or tend to make my feet tired/sore later in the day, I pop them into my "carrying things to work" bag and wear a pair of comfy flats or creepers to and from work.

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    1. That's awesome to have the shoes freedom and it's smart about bigger shoes to change into!

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  5. I don't work now, but when I did, I pretty much stuck to my old school Adidas. http://www.adidas.com/us/product/mens-originals-adistar-racer-shoes/DA392AA?cid=V22769&breadcrumb=u2Z1z13ybjZ1z13071

    In the winter I wore my trusty old Docs, which I've had since freshman year of high school, making them 20 years old. They are still as spiffy as the day I bought them, plus or minus a few scuffs, of course. ;)

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    1. Docs are great, they really just are!

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  6. Oh my goth, those red creepers look amazing! I see You love those shoes and I have plans to finally buy them - could You please tell me the pros and cons (I heard the soles quickly break - is that true?)
    Daily I wear classic Dr Martens shoes in purple shade <3 And I wouldn't change them for anything else! :)))

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    1. I think it all depends on hard you are on your shoes, it is a risk with creepers for the sole to come off or for them to completely split. I've had some for years=no worries, my husband has had issues because they are his everyday shoes and eventually they broke down. He's taken the ones that have separated from the sole to a cobbler and they fixed them right up.

      TUK=two big thumbs up from our creeper loving family!

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  7. Yes to the insoles! I usually use the ones just for the ball of the foot, but if I have an uncomfortable pair (or ones I wear just about daily) I'll use the full gel insole.

    Love the black sneakers - those are so much more classy than typical gym shoes that too many people have made their daily wear...

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    1. Those sneakers were found on a whim, we went into Payless while waiting for a friend to get to a restaurant near by, so glad I looked as they are leather and comfortable! I agree, they are more classy and I can wear them with a little sun dress or capri's while on vacation and look cute while enjoying adventures!

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