Here is some wisdom. The number of shoes you require is determined by your lifestyle. If you occasionally go out, work out, dress up, or dress down, you probably only need six pairs of footwear, which are: Trainers/walking shoes/running shoes, Black Pumps, Boots in black or brown, Flats, and Flip Flops. Anyway, getting back to the point, here are the reasons you have too many shoes.
You Barely Wear Them All
One of the reasons you don’t need so many shoes is that you don’t wear most of them. You see, we don’t really need that many pairs. If you live in a cold area, you don’t need hundreds of pairs of sandals, and those boots, no matter how adorable they are, won’t be of much use in California. Only spend on shoes that you are sure you will wear.
Waste of Money
Shoes aren’t cheap, good ones at least, and if you have a generous shoe-buying habit, you may be blowing up a lot of money. Quit buying so many shoes, and you’ll have a lot more money to play with. Even one pair every month might quickly add up. So, when you buy shoes, consider whether you need them, whether you can afford them, and whether you actually plan to wear them.
Do you often buy another pair of black pants even if you already have a few? The same may be said for shoes. You find a stunning pair of heels in a store and buy them, only to realize when you get home that you already own a half-dozen similar ones. Buying the same type of shoe that you already own is usually a waste of money.
Shoes can occupy a lot of storage space. They cannot be folded or stored in vacuum bags! There are shoe storage alternatives, but why waste valuable space on something you rarely use? So here are the kinds of shoes a woman needs and also why we don’t actually need too many shoes. How many shoes do you have in your closet?