That shoe collection might wow your girlfriends, but when it comes to dating, a Carrie Bradshaw worthy shoe closet won't earn you any bonus points. What else caused these seven guys to head for the door? Read on to find out what they had to say about their apartment dealbreakers.
All women need them but some women love them a little more, and according to a new study we now know why.
Ready to play in the big (footsie) leagues? From power pumps to laces with no limits, put a little pep in your step with these fashionable (and seriously flirty) footwear finds.
Fall is finally here, which aside from the goregous leaves and abundance of pumpkin spice lattes, it means it's time to change up your date night look. SHEfinds has teamed up with Loeffler Randall on the most amazing fall shoe giveaway ever.
Despite the stereotype that women are all a bunch of Carrie Bradshaws who collect Louboutins like baseball cards, a study by market research company Mintel shows that men in the 16- to 24-year-old range are actually outspending women in the same demographic on shoes by 15 percent.
A long-time wearer of Birkenstocks (I have bad feet, I swear), and staunch individualist when it comes to fashion sensibility (some might say insensibility), I was pleasantly surprised to learn that I have apparently been fashion forward. Birkenstocks are reportedly the most popular summer footwear.
Small animals and children risk puncture wounds if they get in my way. Men who get on the wrong side of these pumps risk injuries I won’t even descibe. And women run the risk of back injury, injury to the small bones in their feet, and being crippled for life. Never mind. Being part of the sexy pack, we wear such outrageously high shoes that we'll choose self-harm over being caught flat-footed.
Personally, I always knew that you could tell a whole lot about a person by just looking at their shoes. Dirty, beat-up Vans? Not dating that guy, or even touching him with any sort of length of pole. I'm glad that what I always knew has now finally been proven by science.
I recently met a successful surgeon who bragged that she had her UPS guy on speed dial to take advantage of the free return service offered by a well known online shoe store. The problem? This same surgeon is tens of thousands of dollars in debt, still paying off her med school loans and wanting help from me to understand her depression, stress and compulsive shopping. My doctor colleague needs to get a hold of her self esteem issues that lie underneath her shopping addiction before she will ever experience the freedom she craves. Money issues are only a symptom of an imbalanced life.
Single women, rejoice: The New York Times has confirmed that you aren't actually like Carrie Bradshaw. While pop culture's single women have a reputation bankrupting themselves on shopping sprees, the typical single woman actually spends her money on practical ventures like housing and transportation. In fact, single women spend less than 5 percent of their income on clothing, haircuts, manicures, and the like.