I don't know about you, but I have terrible shoe shopping habits. And by terrible, I mean habits of the kind that are sure to part me with my money at a rapid speed.
Case in point? I scour the Internet sales and place something in my basket every single time. Then I let it gather Internet dust there, and eventually come back to it, and if the style is still available in my size at a good price, I examine my heart to see if I really, really, REALLY need that particular pair. I usually do.
At this point in time, for example, here's what's in my basket at Shoes.com:
(Hollywould 'Runner' shoe in chocolate and bronze, for $137--50% off)
Paul Green lime leather sandals, for $90 (also 50%), for the sole reason that my other pair of Paul Green slides are so outrageously comfortable I don't know how I lived without them before. The downside: I already have 2 (two) pairs of green flat sandals. Bummer!
And on Yoox I have three pairs waiting, but their server is giving me problems right now (boo!). However, here's one of them, these Blay cute mules for $90:
And at Beren Shoes.com, there's a sensible pair of Stuart Weitzman loafers in neutral, for only $70 (down from $230):
So you can see that sooner or later I am BOUND to get into trouble....
What about you? What are your shoe shopping habits, at least as far as the internets are concerned?