Back in July I was debating if spending $325 on a pair of shoes while on maternity leave was a good idea. The pair of shoes in question was Tory Burch's Lillian Pump.
In the end, I decided against it, especially because the high heels didn't look like the best choice to wear while carrying my newborn around.
But, as with any object of desire, the craving never really went away...
Soooo, under completely new circumstances, I feel I am allowed to re-evaluate that old choice of not buying.
What are the new circumstances? Well, for starters, today is my Birthday!!! And I should buy myself a present, don't you think??? Yes! Thank you!
Secondly, on a sad note, I am going back to work next week, boo hoo I know... but at least that means office environment with no infants around, which means I need/can wear nice new shoes! Right?
Ok, so in re-evaluating my choice, I've actually expanded my vision and looked at other Tory Burch's shoes as well, so now I am confused! But let me show you...
The Lillian Pump that started it all!
It comes in the brown suede option I first wanted, but it also comes in the easier to match black suede, or in a gorgeous black leather with patent trim!
The stacked heel (3 3/4") is what I love about it and what scares me at the same time (might be uncomfortable?)
Price is $325
The Efren Mid Heel Pump.
It's basically the Lillian pump with a smaller heel (2"). Just as nice and probably more comfortable.
Price is $295.
The leather Amy Pump.
If I am to get a mid heel, the Amy pump is very similar to the Efren, but it has the famous Tory Burch logo.
The question is, do I want the logo or not?
Price is $250
If I want to spend even less, and get a classic, I would go for the iconic Reva Ballet Flats.
While I am not a flats person, these shoes look appealing to me, because of all the different colors they come in, and because I've heard they are pretty comfortable.
The problem is I wouldn't get the black pair that would be perfect for work, nope, I would probably get the hot pink suede one, which would be a pain to match with anything (even if I do have a hot pink suede handbag!) Price is $195
Melrose 3 Ankle Boots.
Considering winter is fast approaching, it's hard not to look at ankle boots. And I have to say that Tory Burch also has great looking ankle boots!
This Melrose 3 model is perfect! It comes with a pretty zipper in the back and a 4" heel.
But I really need a pair of shoes more than boots...
Price is $395.
Donna Lace-Up Boots.
And since I'm writing about all the Tory Burch shoes that I would love to own, let me finish with a pair that is not appropriate for the office, but that is adorable nonetheless.
These Donna boots are the perfect mix of rugged and feminine.
They have the rugged sole, but they also have a nice stacked heel.
But, let me be honest and show you what I really like about them...
that cute little logo on the back! :)
Price is too expensive ($595).
Which pair would you pick?