I can wear almost anything ...I'm already a bit strange so the neighbours wouldn't even notice a pair of Lobsters on my feer . The Cats might present a problem though !? ...Pied Piper of Ireland ....Meooowwww ...🤯☘🧚♀️...with Fairy Sally in tow .
I started wearing Birks when I was pregnant with my son (30 years ago) and haven't stopped. At the time they were the only footwear that helped with my lower back. Now I am on my feet all day and again they are the only footwear that do not leave me with an aching lower back. ❤️
You put shoes on your back for pain relief? 🤔 Maybe you mean someone was wearing them and walked on your back and they felt good. 🤷♂️ However, I'd think being pregnant, that person would feel like they were on a teeter totter. 😁
When your Instep gets sunburned those socks are a required item . I wore them in a pic by a pool and never heard the end of it !! 🙃. Sand at the beach also requires socks ...like sandpaper on my delicate toes 😱 ...OUCH !! Also in the very cold and Damp ( 98 % COLD Humidity, gets into your bones !!) Irish Winter I wear Leggings under my jeans . They keep a nice toasty layer of warm air next to my skin . Long Johns are too loose and irritating . I once recycled an old pair from Kitty and cut the top part off , just above the Crotch . Pull it up to bellybutton and the Baggie is nice and snug under it . This part makes a great "Security Blanket " for my Baggie when swimming . It's flexible enough to expand and stretch when my Baggie starts to inflate without having a "Pancake " disaster on my hands !! Anything else I used caused Pancaking and Blowouts . Sometimes you have to throw caution / convention to the wind ......Sally Rocks those Socks !! Lets see the Christmas Socks !!? 😋🤪🎄☘
Philippe Philoppe is a good advertisement for nor wearing socks with sandals. A fashionista once told me never to wear a blue tie with a blue suit. It doesn't look right, just like socks with Bermuda shorts don't. Knee length white stockings with white shorts and a white shirt with epaulettes like British naval officers wore in the tropics look nice.
There was a best seller called 'Looking After Number One'. I don't remember the name of the author, but he made a big fuss over one incident. He was throwing a party and serving champagne but in paper cups. His girl friend who was classier than him suggested that you do not serve champagne in paper cups. He blew up over that, it was his party, he was paying for it and he will do as he pleases to hell with any body who thinks differently. This was offered as a prime example of looking after #1! An oaf willing to spend money on serving champagne but not on the glass in which to serve it, the caterer provides the glasses anyway.