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L-A: Monday is here and you’re either on vacation (lucky!) and reading this over your morning coffee at 10am or you’re like me and you dragged yourself to work. And in my case, I’m spending the day trying to mentallly prepare myself to get my ass kicked in the rain during my after work outdoor work out . So for those of us not on vacation, let’s cheer ourselves up by being voyeurs and looking inside Sarah’s shoe closet.  According to Sarah, she had planned to send us her pictures awhile ago, but the baby woke up and she left her camera in the shoe closet for three weeks. Oops. We’re glad she found her camera, because her shoe closet fills me with envy – I wish mine looked so organized.

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5 Responses to Monday shoe porn: Sarah’s Shoe Masoleum

  1. jo says:

    Sigh…that just made my day, and totally made up for the crap week I had last week. What an awesome collection AND closet…and love the descriptions, too.

    Thanks for sharing Sarah!

    • L-A says:

      Jo – how are your feet doing this summer with being pregnant? I am very much not preggers, but my feet are swelling and it is making me (a) sympathetic for pregnant women and (b) thinking of a post about nice shoes for folks who have fat feet in the summer. Because I will not wear crocs. Ever.

      (Sarah’s closet is amazing – it makes me want to take over our linen closet and make it my shoe closet).

      • Marilissa says:

        L-A – You should make a post about nice shoes for folks who have fat feet in the summer (and winter). You should also be careful of saying you will never wear crocs! I said never. Then I bought crocs sandals two sizes too big and wore them to the office. In March. With socks. Not pretty (even though I could not see my feet)!

        Thanks sharing other people’s shoes collection.

        • L-A says:

          I will admit to having owned crocs. But it was a dark period in my shoe owning history. But you’re right – a post on shoes for bigger feet is in order. I remember my mom having to wear men’s shoes because she just couldn’t find shoes to fit her feet (there wasn’t a lot of selection in Nfld at the time).

  2. Ashley says:

    Oh my gosh I absolutely love these heels. They are just so adorable! I cannot wait to go shopping now so I can go buy a few pairs.

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