Late bloomer = me.
Remember when I told you that I just had a huge love affair with statement necklaces a few months ago?
I have a new affair now. With doll shoes this time.
When I was in college (and a small part of my work life), I am always in heels. It's tiring on my calves but it's worth it since it improved my posture. Flats tend to make me feel short and so, I don't mind strengthening my back that much. But still, flats are cute and I use them more now.
CMG shoes are my favorite. They offer a wide variety of designs and most of them are Php999. I only choose the designs from their Php999-collection. Quality did not suffer even if the price is lower than their usual offers.
These flats do not develop calluses in the back of my feet and they are durable. Wherever I go, I feel safe that they are strong enough to handle the texture of the ground I walk on. They also have lots of colors for each design. You won't have to settle for anything less than what you want.
These are the plastic shoe containers that I use at home for my shoes. It's easier to organize and to check what's inside. I don't have to open the cover of the container anymore because I can easily see inside! These sold at Php150 for two containers. Two pairs of sandals can fit in one box. Real convenient if you lack space at home. Another idea if you don't have see-through boxes, you can place photos of the shoes outside the boxes to identify which are inside which.
Another shopping surprise are the CMG shoe boxes. This is a shoe box-slash-shopping bag! They don't use plastic or paper bags anymore because these already have handles.
I actually made use of these boxes as organizational tools in my cabinets at home. I have lots of little notepads, pens, figurines, and small thingies here and there. These boxes helped me get rid of those in a neater, cooler way.