i was compelled to buy witch shoes. after buying my first suit i had multiple people say i needed a pointy toed shoe to complete the outfit. for those of you who don't know me... i don't wear such witch looking, i'm about to kick someone, and such uncomfortable shoes. and when did these get popular as wicked came into theatre? i rarely think they're cute and think they look better on someone else if they happen to be somewhat flattering. but after some peer pressure i folded and bought these shoes.i do think their feminine and wildly uncomfortable. danielle told me when you wear pointy shoes to an interview the people know you're sacrificing to wear such uncomfortable shoes and you mean business. so i bought them. i was alone doing so in phoenix and asked the dsw shoe lady (who showed some class) that i needed help and was not hip and thought pointy toed shoes were ugly. i even changed into my suit pants in my car as i began melting in the heat of the phoenix sun.
all i have to say is all this time, effort and discomfort better pay off.