What Do Your Shoes Say About You

There’s profound relationship between a woman and her shoes as they can tell a thousand tales. Apparently our shoes can actually say a lot about our personalities—whether you’re extroverted or introverted, agreeable or aggressive, fiery or laid-back—and they are not for keeping quiet. So, keep on reading to check out for clues about what our shoes are saying to us.

If your highest pair of heels is a pair of Ballet Flats…

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It just speaks of your laid back, down to earth, and practical nature. Ballerina flats mean you’re a woman who puts comfort above style. According to psychiatrist Carole Lieberman women who prefer ballet flats are just grabbing something to put on their feet because they have to, and they could be pretty free-wheeling about other aspects of their life as well. Productive and outspoken, you’re not one to mince your words and it would be foolish for those around you to underestimate your style game. Print flats in every conceivable color and fabric combination, though, tell another story. However, those women who wear flip-flops—if they’re not at the beach—may be too laid-back and seen as a conformist, traditional, perhaps a little timid.

If you take cues from the boys through Brogues and Oxfords…

blue oxfords with feminine outfit borrowed from boys outfit

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It just speaks of your trendy, edgy, and borrowed-from-boys vibe. Men-inspired shoes – brogues, oxfords, and loafers have been around for 60 years, and for the past few fashion seasons, those footwear has been right on trend. Brogues in neutral shades are really wonderful, hugely fashionable, and smart that makes you look appealing. You have a creative streak, are fiercely independent, and don’t mind doing things by yourself in both work and fashion choices. It conveys your versatile, pulled together, and timeless style.

If you stick with fashion runners…

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It just speaks of your carefree and low maintenance nature seeking for comfort and practicality of running all day. You’re telling the world that you are too busy to care in those kicks. If you really are a runner, white trainers maybe suitable for you, but better save them for your workout. Made for athletes and that’s where they should now stay. White sneakers belong to geeks and nerds, whereas black sneakers are hip. Those are hip for students and early-twenties with so many colors as dressing up and dressing down are no limits. However, women in fashion runners may not be as low-maintenance and laid-back as you’d expect. “A woman in sneakers is on the go as she may be getting ready to jog or play tennis, or just wearing them for the walk to work, but she’s ready for action,” says Lieberman.

If you opt for Boots with everything…

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It speaks of your highly sociable, well-travelled, and flexible nature. According to the report of Medical Daily, practical and functional shoes generally belong to agreeable people, while ankle boots fit with more aggressive personalities and uncomfortable looking shoes were worn by calm personalities. When you prefer knee-high boots, it shows your confidence as they’re sexy. You’re open to conversation and coveys your light and fun nature. On the other hand, preference of short ankle-length boots expresses your sense of fun in an ambitious and determined vibe as those boots are so comfortable and trendy.

If you’re after to the comfort and height offered by a pair of Wedges…

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It speaks of your down to earth nature while conforming to your fashion sense. However, it may indicate insecurity, according to psychiatrist Carole Lieberman, MD. “Women wearing wedges want to appear taller without the discomfort of high heels,” she says. “They may be a little more middle-of-the-road. Also, the wider and shorter the heels on a woman’s shoes, the more insecure she might be.” So, when opting for wedges, show some confidence to suggest being extrovert. As if you can carry them in style, then it’s a great look.

If you have an eye for revealing Strappy Sandals…

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It speaks of your outgoing, bold, and confident nature. “Women in revealing, high-heeled sandals are more likely to be confident than women in closed-toe heels,” says an expert. You may not be that easy to get along with, but you enjoy new experiences.

If you wouldn’t wear anything less than a five-inch Stiletto…

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It says something about your sophisticated, confidence, yet demanding nature. You’re a woman who knows yourself very well, comfortable in your own skin and know what you like when you see it. Apparently, you like attention as when it comes to dressing for an occasion you have a hard time scaling back when the occasion calls for it believing it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed. If you wear designer pumps, you’re a woman who invests in yourself and values personal style and comfort. “If she’s wearing an expensive pair of work shoes—closed-toe, conservative pumps—she probably values her work a lot,” says celebrity stylist Christa Scherck. Also, it shows you’re the kind of person who likes to splurge on luxuries. According to the report of University of Kansas study, researchers found out that a woman who spends half a month’s rent on a pair of shoes is likely to have a more demanding personality, but the good news is that she can probably afford all her luxuries on her own. That’s no real surprise, considering that the style of a shoe or its designer label can be immediately revealing.

The next time you’re trying to make a good impression, remember that the shoes you’re wearing communicate at least something about your personality so take a moment to think about what your shoes might be saying about you.

 

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