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Shoe Craze

I am shoe-co-holic! Is there such a word for one who simply loves to buy shoes, sandals or whatever that is on her feet?   Well, I simply love shoes and looking out for them when I go window shopping.

The other time when I was in Kuala Lumpur, my sister-in-law took me to this AEON BIG... she told me that I would fall in love with the shoes there... she bought a few pairs, some to be given away to her sisters as well.  Knowing me and my taste, she brought me here and .... Yes, I was smitten and I got home with two pairs of these shoes here...
But sorry to say, my two pairs are not shown above... hahahaa.. 
I should have taken pictures of them... now they are in my shoe cupboard..
One to be given away to my sister soon!
Shoes are sensitive...
They will open their mouths if I don't wear them soon enough!! Lol...
Another pair of sandals I thought I would end up buying...
But I didn't... I manage to stay away from the temptation of having a third pair... hahahaa..

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  1. wow beautiful shoes!

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  2. How many pairs do you have altogether?

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  3. It's normal for a woman to own many pairs of shoes, haha!

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  4. I must open my eyes big big when I go aeon big because I never see shoes when I shop there. Nicely coloured toe nails you have there, Claire.

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    1. The branch I went was in kota damansara if not mistaken... Lol... Cannot remember...

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  5. Nice sandal you have there. I prefer flats to sandal. Normal for ladies to have a few pairs of shoes/sandals.

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  6. clothes and handbags and diamonds and shoes are a lady's best friends!! errr, what else?? hehehehehe.. but there are so many pairs of shoes, and yet you only got yourself two?? how could you??!! :p

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    1. You missed out hair clips, ribbons, lip glosses & lollipops ! Kekekekeke..
      Wait, am I talking about myself?

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    2. Two pairs are enough from this small mini stall...lol... Put me in a big department she store then someone will pengsan... Lol...
      Princess, yes you are indeed talking about yourself.,, old queens like me dont need ribbons... Lol.....

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  7. Buying is not a problem but where to keep and how to maintain them are the real headache LOL

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    1. Right...next thing is to buy cupboard!! Lol...

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  8. Claire, it seems most women here are shoe collectors! I would love to see ALL of yours, just to drool over them. Plus you have pretty feet, any pretty shoes would looks so good on you.

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  9. Eh, why you bought 2 pairs and gave 1 to your sister? Keep the 2 pairs mah, kekekeke.. Or, buy 3 pairs, then you take 2, she takes 1.. If me ahh, I will end up buying all the colours available (I have a post coming up afterwards), then you will know me more.. Me sure behtahan leh, if I see the one I like, I sure buy all the colours (same design), yeah I know I am siau !!

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    1. This is what i called shopping bliss!! Should buy all colours if you really like them...lol.... I cannot, shoes are sensitive, you dont wear them they will open their mouth!! Lol....

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  10. I always love to buy shoes but mostly are boots, hehe!!! =]

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    1. WOW..boots? I don't have that.. hahaha.. my girl did own one those days.. now koyak cos never wear, they open mouth already.. hahaha..

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    2. Hahaha, that's must wear them after you buy, can't kept them for too long!!! =]

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  11. I thought that whole shelf of shoes belong to you!! Lol.

    I love buying shoes too. Used to be shoe-co-holic but that was long time ago. Now I am content with one or 2 pairs of sandals or heels. Lol.

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    1. I love buying walking shoes.. or should I say slippers or sandals? Love the soft padding especially going outstation...or overseas...

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  12. I love to buy shoes one... But now no more....try to cut down! hahaha

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    1. Maybe I have Angry Feet.. the shoes wear off very fast... hahaha..

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  13. That stone sandal I like too.

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    1. But I didnt buy that... too low for me.. short ma..

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  14. Thank you for sharing valuable information. Nice post. I enjoyed reading this post. The whole blog is very nice found some good stuff and good information here Thanks..Also visit my page baby shop

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  15. Claire, we are in the same shoes boat.hahah Recently, I have toned down a lot. Only get a new pair of flip flop since the old one is broken.

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    1. I hope I will tone down too.. don't go to malls and we are safe.. hahaha..

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  16. I love reading your blog from time to time if remember where to search. No doubt, ladies like us all, like beautiful things such as clothes, shoes, handbags etc. But they are too costly if no use and put there. I still have a dozen pairs of shoes not just sandals but sometimes, their skin come off and one of my handbags given by my SIL costed abt rm200 which she bought from o/seas, I only used 1 DAY!!! Imagine now like snakes shredding their skin... My advice is not necessary to buy too many shoes & clothes or handbags, just buy more properties, FAR better. :)

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  17. KL/ Taipei or soever, got so many types of shoes. But sometimes, I am afraid those shoes from China made, they are very beautiful but they are extremely slippery even though it is new. Once, I used a pair of sandals in the hypermarket with marbles, I neally flunge over their electric staircase when I was down the mall. So now, I rather buy lesser pairs but with branded like BATAs, Clarke, SOS,etc.. more leathery features. I bought 1 pair of Batas over last CNY just abt rm60 which was so comfortable n Clarke sandals in Sept 2008, now still using it, even to anywhere, be it to hiking, market, shopping n even jogging.. so wonderful. Though not so beautiful now. Worth that rm225/pair!

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  18. Do you where to find a type of shoes like this http://champagneandstilettos.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Brogues2.jpg those shoes shown are with lower heel which I dont like at all, if walking as if like walking towards the back! I prefer sthg like 2 inches heel but the shoes style like shown in the pictures, where to find? Hope you can help. TQ

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  19. Wow! Look at your pretty legs with painted nails and striking sandals. Ali Baba would be pleased to see the designs from his harem.

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    1. For your information, that pair of legs do not belong to me.. hahaha...

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