I used to have so many Stilettos only in the 80′s they were called “pumps.”
I loved my pumps!
I had pumps of every color and I wore them every single day.
Jeans, button-up top with neon colors (“hot” colors, as they were called in the 80′s), with a matching tank top under the shirt, collar popped. No stockings. Bare feet or sometimes very thin socks with a little ruffle around the top of the sock and pumps to match the shirt.
I rocked that outfit!
Fuck those damn shoes!
Lupus Arthritis in the toe has made me hate heels. Stilettos, pumps, whatever people call them these days.
I walk down the street wearing my New Balance sneakers (or my work boots that the doc said I should have orthopedics placed inside) and I see people walking down the street with heels on and I cringe.
Part of me worries about the pain they will feel in a few years from torturing their feet so much now.
And part of me wants to see their ankles snap in half because I am jealous that I can’t wear them anymore.
But this video? Makes me feel a lot less jealous!
What happened to Number 8? Where exactly did she go when she fell?? Hahahahahahah!
- Fit Guide – Womens Shoes Guide at HSN.com (hsn.com)
- Stiletto Heels (livelifeincrescendo.wordpress.com)
- Stilettos and Red Lip Stick (allyandkim.wordpress.com)
- New Shoes Blues (staarland.com)
- Lupus and autoimmunity in 2 minutes (lupuschronicles.com)
- Friends (jenlynn401.wordpress.com)
- 9 Wedge Pumps That Are Office AND Happy Hour-Approved (shefinds.com)
- Lupus in Women (butterflywarrior.typepad.com)
- Nesting (jenlynn401.wordpress.com)