A Very Serious Problem

I have an extremely important and super serious problem on my hands. I need the advice of my tribe, which is you guys, because I just cannot make this important decision without careful consideration and lots of feedback.

It’s super serious, you guys.



I’m currently updating my spring/summer shoe wardrobe and I need some go-to sneaks to add to the collection. And don’t be fooled…I’ve only bought 2 pair of shoes so far and these Chucks will round out the “wardrobe”. I’ve got my Orthoheel/Vionic flip flops that I bought last year that are still in very good condition for just kicking around the house, and I added a pair of black wedge sandals and a pair of blue wedges to wear with things that are a little bit dressier. So adding these will probably be the only shoes I buy until fall.

I typically buy a few pair of shoes and then wear the ever-livin’ daylights out of them all season long, so by the time summer is over they are wrecked. Maybe I should buy more shoes, too spead out the wearing and subsequent wrecking that is sure to follow?? More shoes are never a bad idea in my opinion.

So tell me, tribe…which pair of Chucks should I get? I’m leaning toward the navy ones…I think they’ll go with anything. But the white ones are cool too…

This is why I need your help. Please weigh in on this very serious issue in the comments!!


9 thoughts on “A Very Serious Problem

  1. Red. For fun and just wow. My hubby recently bought some slightly darker red canvas deck shoes (like Vans but from American Eagle), and I think they look great with all his casual wear. Surprisingly, they seem to go with everything.

    Enjoy! (My daughter has a pair of green and a pair of orange Converse shoes.)

  2. My 12-year-old is on about her sixth pair of the black ones, and they look adorable and seem to go with everything (since 2nd grade!) She started a trend of wearing them to middle-school dances with her dressy dress of choice. 🙂

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