How Your Shoes Identify Who You Are

There are many things that define our personality, but one thing that people mention sometimes is the type of footwear you have. Now a person’s personality isn’t entirely dictated by what they are wearing, but based on the footwear, our shoes can identify some aspects about ourselves.

Similar to tattoos, what we wear can be called as a statement. This statement can be who we are or how we see the world around us. Now all of this is speculation as there has yet to be any kind of scientific research to suggest any of what we'll be telling you.

However, we’ll still encourage you to read on. While the findings aren't backed, they could be interesting and maybe a little accurate to who you are. It's enlightening to say the least.

Flip Flops For The Lazy People

On lazy days, people love to pull out some flip flops and walk around the beach or something. Those times it's okay. But when you are the type of person who wears these as their shoes of choice, this could suggest you’re lazier than average.

Why? Because flip flops inherently aren't designed to cover long distances. Meaning you're walking less and relaxing more than someone wearing footwear designed for walking.

Stilettos For The Materialistic Women

This is based on fashion experts findings. They say that those who wear stilettos are ones who want to be fully independent or have ambition. Others have stated those with stilettos want to marry rich or are after a rich man.

Regardless, both of these have matching themes: they're materialistic one way or another.

Difference Between Trendy And Retro

If you find some people changing shoes at a rapid pace, chances are those people are fashion victims. These are the people who are following every fashion trend regardless of what the shoes are.

Shoes, boots, high heels, or flats – what matters to them is that they are “In fashion”. You can best describe these people as wanting to please people at all times or wanting to stay relevant.

This is different to those who rarely change their shoes and yet they still stay relevant. They're not old fashion, but merely going for a classic look. Think jeans except for shoes.

When you're around people who have older shoes, but keep well, you're dealing with someone who is loyal and is confident about their choices. After all, they have one look and are showing dedication to that look.