What your shoes could say about you

Sometimes I play this game where I look at a person’s shoes and guess what they’re like. As a lover and avid collector of shoes, they’re one of the first things I notice on people. This post is loosely inspired by Jenna Marble’s What a Girl’s Shoes Mean. But I share my own observations (which could turn out to be accurate or a total reach).

Flat Sneakers

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A simple sneaker most likely means that you’re a straightforward, laid back person who hates drama. You’re the type who could throw on the first thing you see in the morning and still look effortlessly put together.

If you can somehow pull off wearing sneakers with a dressier outfit, you’re rebellious by nature. You would never follow a trend you don’t like just because everybody else is doing it. You probably got into trouble as a kid for questioning authority and breaking rules that didn’t make sense to you.



Sneaker wedges

Pastel Pink Wedge Sneaker

You pride yourself in being individualistic. You don’t always have the same opinions as your friends, and you’re totally okay with it. Day-to-day you’re probably on your feet a lot but hey, life’s too short to always be wearing flat shoes! You have great duality. You could be classy and sophisticated one moment and a complete wild child the next.



Designer shoes

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If you have a collection of designer shoes, it could mean one of two things. First, you’ve totally made it in life. You hustled, worked smart, and now you can order food without looking at the prices. You hang out with people who are just as ambitious and hardworking. Anyone complacent in life or who sit around only to complain are not worth your time!

The second thing designer shoes could say about you is that you’re an incredible deal hunter. Props to you! And maybe share your ways 😉



Over the knee boots

$37 ladies footwear women boots

You’ve got great legs and you know it! You’re adventurous, dynamic, and incredibly passionate about what you love. In terms of fashion, you love an attention catching outfit. You can be quite #extra with your style, but you also know how to cut corners and still look glamorous. You know how to laugh off embarrassing moments and make great stories of them.



Classy flats

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You may come off as cold or reserved, but your friends know that you’re actually a sweetheart. You’re one of those people who did more volunteer hours than what was necessary. You’re also a well-rounded person who is good at a lot of different things. There may have been a time in your life when you were rather shy, but you worked hard to break down some walls.



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Last but not least, stilettos, or what I like to call pencil heels. You either don’t need to move around a lot in the work day, or you’ve completely mastered the art of walking in heels. You have a dry sense of humor, which can come off as a little harsh to people who don’t know you well. You don’t hesitate to call out your friends because you truly want what’s best for them. You really enjoy being right in a difficult situation, but you also know how to accept other points of view.


Well, did you connect with any type of shoe?

Or maybe all of them?

Let’s chat in the comments below!

Author: Jin Cao

I am a multi-faceted designer, fashion blogger, makeup enthusiast, lover of cats, and connoisseur of ramen! Writer of LeggingsandLacquer.com Main fashion writer of Onahjung.com Find my work at Jinmartini.com

6 thoughts

  1. Hi Jin,
    I always enjoy reading your posts. So honest and insightful… I was planning to buy the over the knee boots, and I’m wondering what that means about me😊😊😊
    Looking forward to your next post!


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