It is my fervent belief that, no matter how dire your circumstances, you should always buy the highest quality shoes you can afford. Let’s face it, you only get one set of feet and, in order for them to last a lifetime, they need to be taken care of very well. That’s difficult to do these days, when the chances of finding a shoe made in Italy, Brazil or Spain can be painfully hard to come by. Resist the “buy one – get one” offers! That can never end well.
I’m a big fan of Børn shoes. They’re comfortable, they look great, and my tootsies aren’t completely worn out by the end of the day. When there’s a 20% off sale on Børn, you’ll find me there! But oh, how this hand-written sign ruins it for me. What is that errant mark up there to the right of the “n” in Born? Was the sales person going to write “Born’s”? (shudder)
And please, if you’re going to misspell sandals as sandels and then just flick in an apostrophe like a booger — I implore you — please don’t underline it — twice.