happy feet

Top row, l-r: Joe's, Ash, Bronx, Luichiny, Nine West
Middle row, l-r: Jeffrey Campbell, Sigerson Morrison, Steve Madden,
Barneys  New York, Pedro Garcia
Bottom row, l-r: Christian Louboutin, Salvatore Ferragamo,
Libertine for Aldo Rise, L.A.M.B., Miu Miu

For the past couple weeks, I have slowly but surely been cleaning out my closet. It's like clockwork - every spring, I get this overwhelming urge to purge any excess sartorial baggage. I go through my wardrobe piece by piece, evaluating with a brutal eye to decide whether I should keep, sell or donate everything from shoes and dresses to bags and jewelry. The upside of all this purging is that it frees up space for new pieces - this year it also allowed me to reorganize my shoes, something I desperately needed to do. Until yesterday, each pair was stored in it's original box, stacked either on a bookcase or the floor in my office. I couldn't see any of my shoes, so it was easy to forget what my options were. Oh, and if I decided I wanted to wear a pair at the bottom of a stack? Retrieving them without burying myself in a pile of boxes was no easy feat. Now, the boxes are all gone and I can actually see my shoes. They're organized, and my office/closet (yep, my closet takes up an entire bedroom in my house) looks way less cluttered. What a difference a day makes.

Top row, l-r: YSL (courtesy of Neiman Marcus), Aldo, Nine West,
Jeffrey Campbell, Old Navy
Middle row, l-r: Steven, Jeffrey Campbell, Report Signature,
Dolce Vita, Steve Madden
Bottom row, l-r: Sam Edelman, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Aldo,
Pedro Garcia, RSVP

Boots, l-r: Alexander Wang, BCBGeneration, 7 For All Mankind, Aldo,
Dolce Vita, Ash

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