Saturday, August 2, 2008

Ten O'clock Flats- I had no idea.

I recently went to a very fancy wedding, and I knew that very high stiletto heals were necessary. I knew this because at the wedding shower almost every single woman was wearing them. I thought "That's okay, I'll be seated for the service and dinner. When people start dancing all those high heeled women will go bare foot anyways." In truth before we left my husband, upon seeing my shoes, told me to bring "comfortable" shoes in my bag, "just in case". Of course I scoffed. (Have you seen the size of fashionable purses theses days?) Imagine my surprise when I heard someone say "I'm heading to my car; it's after ten." I thought they were leaving! Over the next hours I head many women utter the phrase "Ten o'clock flats" with obvious relief, and watched them all wander off to become shorter. I have never before seen anyone wearing a ball gown and flip flops. In the end I had to ditch my shoes, (because of the pain and because I wanted to dance.) and I wasn't by any means the only one. I was, however, the youngest one. Chalk this one up to experience, next time there will be flip flops in the car. To quote Grandpa Simpson "I used to be with it, then they changed what it was. Now with I'm with isn't it."



Anonymous said...

Wow ! I just discovered your new blog. It's now added to my list of blogs to check.

High heels - used to wear them all the time. Still prefer to dance in them. And they do great things for legs and posture!
But...yes... torturous devices they are indeed.

Lorraine said...

SARAH!! Wow you have a blog coool! I have to comment on this post. Firstly did you know those are tango style shoes! (: I remember a new years eve at the Government nighclub and stillettos...I know how you felt . Their Torture! BUt so pretty dammit!