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I wanted to answer a few questions that have been asked in my last few posts.
"Are you on twitter?"
No, and this isn't necessarily related, but I have been thinking about starting a facebook page for the blog. Would you guys like that?
"Where can I get one [of those shoe things]?"
I found mine at an estate sale and I have seen them before at estate sales. I just never thought I would want one. Honestly, it is one of the best purchases I have ever made. I tend to like to keep my heels and dresser shoes in the boxes they came in to prevent dust and the like. This isn't possible when buying vintage shoes because most of the time they do not come with their boxes. This storage container is great, it keeps out the dust while still allowing me to see what's inside.
I was only able to find one online to buy. But, like I said, at least here in Michigan, I have come across them a few times. One tip on finding them at sales is to look in the attic and basement, that's where I found mine, in the basement.
"What are those shoes in the bottom right corner?"
They are 40s tapestry heels with an Egyptian print. I will share pictures when I do my post about my vintage shoe collection.
Thanks for reading and for all the comments. I love reading them!!!