loading, one second please...

Rasta Bohemn

Reviewing: Follie Ethnik Sandals  |  Rating:
By ladychai on
Badge: Publisher | Level: 12 | Fashion & Clothing Expertise:
Image for Rasta Bohemn

For a woman, like me, having one pair of shoes isn't enough. A woman should have a pair for each mood she has. So to speak, I have more than 20 pairs of shoes and sandals, a woman has got to have that many of a shoe. Shoes and sandals somehow brighten a typical woman's day like chocolates and ice cream during a bad break up.

Follie is actually a cheap brand for a shoe. I am not a fan of flatwears, I seem to balance a little better if there is a heel in my shoes or sandals. What I like about this sandals and why I considered buying this is the design, I have always wanted to wear a thong sandals but I can never find something that would make my feet a little perky. Years of barefoot have caused a lot of damage to my feet. My mom once said that during my early years, I would climb fruit trees exposing my feet to blisters from the branches I'd step upon and I would also walk the streets without any slippers on despite of her many reprimandings.

This sandals however, I feel good about despite of its flatness. It is actually the intricacy of the beads that drew me to this sandals. The ethnik design kind of fit my lifestyle. I have always been an advocate to any bohemnian stuff but most of the time they are either too expensive or too ugly for my taste that they do not look bohemnian at all.

I know this sandals is not as sturdy as those expensive ones claim but I guess, like what Rebecca Bloomwood felt in confessions of a shopaholic, I too do not need a brown shoes that will last forever.