[Idolizing the trend of a good boot]
Yes, I'll admit I've pined night and day over eventually owning a pair of glorious, nonchalant lace-up boots. But why, may I ask, are they so difficult to obtain without ripping my handbag in half in utter frustration of inferior costs?
I believe the solemn pair of lace-ups I've found to date that I actually have frothed over were these dear little things from UO.com ----->
They are simply perfect....the exact replica of what I desire owning! And yet........that price. That heathen price. How can one of the working class possibly afford that? I'm simply not about to waste an entire paycheck on a pair of shoes.
.....though it has crossed my mind.
In fact, there was a time where I could have afforded such a thing.
But, being myself, hipster fashion at a retail price has subjected me to wallet-rape. I've been lured one too many times into purchasing an item far too expensive, that could be found at a thrift shop for 3 bucks.
The lesson here is to thrift more often and retail less. I must teach myself to own up to this lesson.
Back to the matter at hand.....where on earth am I to find brilliant lace-ups such as these at an affordable cost? I don’t believe thrift shops offer such salvation.
If anyone has the answer, I would be quick to embrace you and share my vast knowledge of the world as a token of my gratitude.
Just kidding about the knowledge part. I know of very little beyond my walls. But I would be very appreciative.
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