Oh, fall shoes! They come in such beautiful autumn colors like olive moss, wine, and ochre. But I don't know why so many of the good-looking ones have to be over $100, over $200, or even more! In case you didn't know, shoe-maker people, THAT'S NOT AFFORDABLE! And if the shoes are not affordable, then we shoe-loving people can't have the shoes that we want to have so we can love them. See the predicament?
In any case, we must, once again, resort to loads of shoe porn. Because porn is all about fantasizing about all the things you'll never have, right? In this case, the shoes we'll never have.
Line 'em up. I'm ready for the fantasy ...
The fantasy begins like this. The woman (who looks an awful lot like me) steps out onto the sidewalk in her fantastic $350 wedge booties that she found on markdown for $56.73. As the leaves crunch under her feet, she closes her eyes and smiles. Shoes, she thinks, beautiful gorgeous lovely shoes all over my feet ...
10 Beautiful Fall Shoes We Can't Afford
Color: Olive Moss
Lindy Platform Peep Toes ($265) at J.Crew
Christian Louboutin Elisa 100 Pumps ($625) at Net-a-Porter
Chime Velvet Peep Toe ($315) at Kate Spade
Hunter Original Rain Boot ($125) at Zappos
Re-Mix Vintage Cambridge Wedge ($233) at Dear Fieldbinder
Sam Edelman 'Wakefield' Wedge Bootie ($199.95) at Nordstrom
Restricted Leather Boots ($119)
Color: Royal Tan
Howard Wedge Hiking Boots ($395) at Tory Burch
MARC BY MARC JACOBS Platform Sandal ($225) at YOOX
Are you coveting overpriced shoes in fall colors?