Conveniently, I do not wear an average size 7. At my height I’d probably walk pretty funny. What a horrible mental picture. Anyways, the shoe section of the sale was my last stop before the dressing room. While waiting for the line to die down I checked every single shoe box in my size while lugging an armful of potential wares. Nothing. Can you believe that? I always find a pair, whether it’s sandals or pumps, I always can pick up a quality pair.
In defeat, I wandered to the neighboring table full of shoes a half size too small for me. Right away I came across these awesome flats. Did I just type that (I wonder as I face palm in shame)? Secretly, or not so now, I really dislike flats and I really think all of you short women that don’t love high heels just need someone to teach you how to buy a pair that fits properly. Ya know what else, flats aren’t even that comfortable! But I did, I came across these AWESOME flats.
Bright pink, perforated suede – so perfect for Miami. Although a half size too small, I tried them anyways and low behold they fit and seemed pretty comfy. Had I found the exception to the rule? Perhaps. Another hurdle, no price tag. Kelsi Dagger is the brand and now I feel robbed for not knowing of it previously. I took a gamble and just brought them to the register.
At $29.99, I decided to take them. Well, with no tag, I did not know how much I saved. The Kelsi Dagger, Casual “Haidee” flats were originally $100 making my savings a 70% discount.
Even better, upon entering the elevator leaving work today, I crossed paths with a man from a different office. He said, “hey! I really like those shoes,” about my flats… my flats though. #Proud
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