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Color Your World: 120 Days of Color; Scarlet

 

My Scarlet Shoes

My Scarlet Shoes

It’s Spring and time to think about new shoes!

I think every woman should own at least one pair of Scarlet shoes, don’t you? Nothing perks you up and makes you feel sexy than Scarlet shoes! Scarlet shoes can make even the plainest/dullest outfits come alive! I love my Scarlet shoes! I love all these shoes, especially, because they are good for traveling!

Multi Colored Dress Up Shoe

Multi Colored Dress Up Shoe

 

Go With Everything Casual Shoe

Go With Everything Casual Shoe

They are stylish, lightweight, versatile, and support your foot with those elastic, stretchy bands. If they get dirty (no way), but if they do, you throw them in the washing machine! Voila good as new!  Who knew they could make such a practical and stylish shoe? As you see I have different styles and colors for every adventure. There are oodles to select from! I buy them at the Charleston Shoe Company, in Charleston, South Carolina. You can order them online too, take a peek!

PS I don’t have nail fungus! It looks like I do, if you look close up at my feet in these pictures! I painted my toes a funky green for Easter! SB told me to Never use that color again! OK, OK, an experiment that did not work!

Scarlet was the name given to Torch Red in the 1998 Crayola Collection. It is also known as Shag Carpet Orange in the “Retro Colors” set. It is Chili Pepper Red, and the color for New Mexico in the “State Crayon Collection.”

This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! 

Check out some of the other 150+ challenge participants, it’s amazing what we have done with the Crayola colors!

 

 

2 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Color; Scarlet”

  1. Hildegard

    Wow! Nice, comfy-looking shoes! Thanks for the tip about the Charleston company – I like that they’re forthright describing one style as for problem feet “the bunion shoe.” Sounds like my persona “style”! Maybe I’ll be bold and try scarlet too. -) Thanks for the clarification about the nail colour – since I’m sensitive about these things, I did worry for a moment. SB is right 😉 At least you had fun! 😉

    Reply
    • CadyLuck Leedy

      I know, I’d be just like that commercial on TV with the movie stars and their nail funguses, right? Ewwwww! I really love these shoes, and they have many styles of heels, which is nice.

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