Shoesense may already have posted <a href="http://www.shoeblog.com/blog/the-inevitable-4th-of-july-shoe/" target="_blank">a lovely suggested shoe</a> for the 4th of July, but now that the long holiday weekend (or regular weekend, for those of you reading outside the USA) is over, let's hear what actually got worn by the festively-minded.
Me?* Well, I was off to a rooftop barbecue in the rain, so I didn't go with my first thought, which was <a href="http://www.shoeblog.com/blog/konichiwa-shoeblog-readers/" target="_blank">my Tsumori Chisato red patent leather flats</a>:
<p style="text-align: center"><img src="http://www.shoeblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/img_3343.JPG" alt="my Tsumori Chisatos" width="551" height="412" /></p>
Instead, I opted for the basic (and more drizzle-ready) <a href="http://www.shoeblog.com/blog/focus-on-the-brand-switchflops/" target="_blank">Switchflops</a>, with the blue and summery <a href="http://www.switchflops.com/cart/product.php?productid=16144&cat=250&page=1 " target="_blank">Elisabeth strap</a>:
<p style="text-align: center"><img src="http://www.shoeblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/1427d7226e27280a3be9c0c3ce664061.jpg" alt="switchflop elisabeth strap" /></p>
And you, readers who dressed your feet in red, white, and/or blue?* Quick!* It'll give the Bastille Day celebraters some ideas, and they've still got a week to order shoes and have them shipped.