You Are Flip Flops
You are laid back and very friendly.
Cheery and sunny in disposition, you usually have something to smile about.
Style is important to you, as long as you can stay casual.
It takes a lot to get you to dress up!
You are a loyal and true person, though you can be a bit of a flake.
You tend to "play hooky" and blow off responsibilities a lot more than most people.
You should live: By the beach
You should work: At a casual up and coming company
Thanks for that Debra (Us In France). As I was doing this quiz it I realised how much my shoe style has certainly evolved over the years. Yes back in the '70's I staggered about on platform shoes, wooden wedges, 4" heeled boots from Ravel! And the pain seemed totally worth it. Over the years I have drooled over great looking shoes in shop windows and occasionally succumbed (?) to the lure of some gorgeous ones, you know the ones I mean, they look fantastic, you love looking at them in the mirror and at your feet while you are sitting down, can't walk a bloody inch in the damn things, but they were so beautiful. So of course they spent a lot of time in the closet. Meanwhile I walked around in the more sensible ones, the ones you can make it from the carpark to the office in, the ones you can walk the dog in, and most recently the ones you can slip on and off easily as a real estate agent in and out of people's houses all day.
Just this past summer I made a conscious decision to only buy comfortable shoes, stood around in the shoe department for ages, walking up and down, making sure I wouldn't regret the decision the minute I had to actually go somewhere. I have lots of colours, and obviously an inordinate about of black ones (my family love to harp on "why do you have 10 pairs of identical black sandals?" - philistines!!) But heels above 1 1/2" inches are a thing of the past. I have in the past year given friends some of my shoes and boots, lovely, expensive ones, that were just collecting dust in my closet. I want them to have a life too, to get out a bit. Need I say I gave them to younger women, women to go out clubbing and stuff. Flip flops are really perfect, weather permitting, for almost everything I get up to these days. Is that sad and a bit boring or is it freedom? The only bit my quiz answers revealed about me that I don't agree with is the lack of responsibility, I don't think that applies to me, but what else was I doing when I paid £112 for sandals that would hardly see the light of day and another lovely pair of tan leather 2 1/2" heels which I don't think have left the box!