What Women’s Shoe Choices Say To Guys
March 26, 2012 by staff
What Women’s Shoe Choices Say To Guys, We love our sky-high pumps and cool-girl boots, but what do guys think of them? Expect some obvious reactions and some major curveballs as you flip through our recent dude survey.
Brightly colored shoes get you noticed.
“She’s the first person on the dance floor.”
Super-trendy shoes can translate as costumey.
“Ninety percent certain this woman was thrust into the city via a time portal, suddenly teleported while training for the very first Greek Olympics.”
Makeup-color heels are always pretty.
“I dig the way her shoes match her lipstick. Her beauty sneaks up on you.”
Your “commute shoes” can look out of place.
“Great job matching her cab, not so much her outfit.”
Barely there sandals say “beach goddess.”
“She wishes she was on a Hawaiian vacation, but the park will have to do for now.”
Socks + sxy pumps = identity crisis.
“The black heels are ‘downtown’ sophisticated, and the socks are schoolgirl cutesy. I’m confused.”
Fashion-forward wedges spell fierce.
“She’s either from the funkiest village in Holland or owns her own paint-by-numbers shoe shop. Either way, this girl knows how to have a good time and isn’t afraid to tell you to your face.”
To some cowboys, authenticity counts.
“She pretends to get excited about the Willie Nelson tickets you scored but secretly wishes you were taking her to see Kenny Chesney.”
Tall buckled boots are tough…even with a sundress.
“She’s wearing a skirt, but figuratively, she’s wearing pants. She knows what she wants.”
Ultra-girly shoes are sweet in (almost) all the right ways.
“I hate her rom-coms and obsession with flourless chocolate cake, but I love everything else about her.”
It pains him to look at your sky-high pumps.
“Could that be her hand in the shoe? Maybe it is her hand in the shoe. Ankles just don’t bend that way.”
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