Although my love of footwear has been previously established, let me reiterate. I LOVE my shoes. Why? One reason. Unlike their capricious wardrobe ally, denim, they will not abandon you after a vacation fueled carbohydrate bender. Shoes ALWAYS fit. This is why I make sure my shoes have comfortable accommodations in my closet.
When I remodeled my last home, I took that commitment to a new level. I had my closet designed so that ALL of my shoes had a room with a view.
Then I moved (pause for a moment of silence). Now I share a closet with my husband and most of my beloved footwear must be stored waaaay up high in…(gasp)…plastic containers.
They are NOT happy.
Neither am I. I can’t see them. I miss them. I forget to wear them. Ok, maybe that means I have too many, but that’s between my therapist and me.
I decided something needed to be done to help the situation, STAT. Spring and Summer are approaching and my open toed footwear bounty must be accessible.
The solution. Shoe portraits.
Now all of my shoes have their pictures prominently displayed on the front of their houses so I know where to go when I want to pick them up for a date.
All it took was and about 1 hour (ok, make it two) with my digital camera and printer.
For a small fee (or a bottle of wine), I will direct the photo session for you. But first, I have a rendezvous with a pair of LD Tuttle Wedges.
ps. The current LD Tuttle collection is not to be missed. I hope the "Floats" like their new home.