Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Famous Footwear. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you ever slipped your feet into a pair of shoes and felt like you could just conquer the world? I think that’s how I can describe my first pair of Converse about five years ago.
Yes, I had the knock-off brands growing up, but this was an actual pair of Original Chucks from
Right Pair of Shoes
That was five years ago. Since then, Converse have become a trademark for me. I wear them pretty much every day. Every where.
When I don’t wear them, people ask me where they are. Not to mention, I own at least 11 pairs at the moment.
Most of them are the same Low Top Sneaker, although I do have a couple that are a different style. Most recently, I picked up a pair of the Women’s Chuck Taylor All Star Shoreline Slip On Sneaker for a different look.
These shoes have already been helping me continue to put my best foot forward — pun totally intended!
I am sure there’s a classic tale of how a shoe can change a girl’s life. That’s exactly what I have found to be true.
Having the RIGHT shoe can empower, uplift and encourage you towards more confidence. This summer, whether we are on the road or home preparing for our new house, my shoes help me feel like I can do anything.
Running errands with Colby? Slip on a comfortable pair of low tops.
Date night? Clear Converse make the perfect dress up shoe.
Shopping with the girls? My new Shoreline Slip On Sneakers are comfortable and made for plenty of walking.
Crazy enough, my family has adopted my love for these shoes. They have seen my transition and know how much “power” I give to my shoes.
Meaning, my shoes give me the ability and confidence to tackle everything I need to get done — and they do the same when they slip a pair on.
Therefore, every family member from Colby to our youngest child owns a pair. It has become a family affair and, together, we can achieve greatness.
Our Chucks from Famous Footwear have been across this country from coast to coast, as well as to parts of the Caribbean and Mexico.
The only planning we have now is to figure out how to get them overseas!
Think about it. How has a pair of shoes changed your life?
Years ago I wrote a post about how I had to make my shoes look like something they weren’t when I was younger because of the way others looked down at me because of it.
Today? People ask me about my shoes all the time and I am often tagged when someone buys their first pair based on my recommendation.
I’ve come a long way since that off-brand pair of my childhood and firmly believe that the right shoe can change your life.