Wednesday, February 22, 2012

It's a shoe thing

In places like Disney World, where people come from all over the world, one dead giveaway for identifying an "out of towner":  THEIR AMAZING SHOES.  Who knew Disney would be the place to get an international shoe lesson on the current styles.  Someone could be in levi's and a polo button down, which you would think is standard American-tire, but when you scroll down to find some cool Euro shoes, you know they aren't from Kansas (nothing against Kansas).  Even my husband couldn't help noticing the Euro guys great kicks - and that was when he claimed his Keens were dorky dad shoes - and blamed me for the purchase ;) I like the Keens, but in comparison to the international flair, he's a little right.

In between Fast Pass scurries, bathroom breaks,  pin trading, and piggy-back rides, I found myself drawn to what was hitting the pavement.  I also found myself wondering what this fashionable Italian woman thought of "Italy" in Epcot?  Really.

The closest styles I could find for her cute (and comfy looking) perforated open-toed booties.

More trip updates tomorrow!

Linking up with the lovely KORI for fashion fridays!


Torrie said...

ahhhh... why don't we live closer together??

this is seriously one of my favorite things to do at disneyland. there is some gooood {euro} style there... disneyland is located in the OC, so you can imagine the huge variety of looks i get to observe... even just the sunglasses is fun to scope out.

and you know what? i really haven't paid that much attention to the shoes yet. going for jacob's birthday this friday, so this will give me something to look forward to!

Dawn said...

You are so freakin funny, I laughed out loud when you referred to your husband's shoes as dorky dad shoes which is exactly why my husband made a trip to Clark's for men to update his sketchers...I died. dawn suitcase vignettes xo

Kori Donahue said...

I've never noticed! I always see a lot of Tom' funny! Thanks for linking up honey and have a great weekend! Kori xoxo

The City Boy said...

leave it to the europeans to have the best shoes!