A closet inventory is all fine and good (and you can read about mine here), but numbers alone only get you so far. How about some visuals? I’ve started cataloging my entire closet in photos, but that project is proving to be long and laborious, and nowhere near complete. Demonstrating my priorities, once again, I did manage to finish two parts of it. Care to guess?

Yep, bags and shoes. Always with the bags and the shoes.

I’m saving the best (my assessment, I stand by it) for last, so let’s look at some shoes. In no particular order:

shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Jimmy Choo ($8); 2. Jimmy Choo ($132); 3. Stuart Weitzman ($150); LAUREN Ralph Lauren ($70)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. J. Crew Factory ($26); 2. Tory Burch (swap); 3. Tory Burch ($40); J. Crew Factory ($26)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Liz Claiborne ($14); 2. Anne Klein ($70); 3. Ferragamo ($100); 4. Ferragamo ($100)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Ferragamo ($125); 2. J. Crew Factory ($75); 3. Ellen Tracy ($60); J. Crew ($38)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Ferragamo (gift card); 2. Cole Haan ($60); 3. J. Crew Factory ($26); J. Crew ($60)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Manolo Blahnik ($14); 2. Modern Vintage ($120); 3. Prada (gift card); 4. J. Crew Factory ($26)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Stuart Weitzman ($150); 2. Nine West ($70); 3. Ivanka Trump (dark green, $40); 4. Pour La Victoire ($38)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Zara ($83); 2. Mel ($13); 3. Old Navy ($20); 4. Vince Camuto ($18)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Target ($30); 2. Josef Seibel ($100); 3. North Face ($60); 4. Hunter ($90)
shoe collection; closet tour; closet inventory
1. Sam Edelman ($44); 2. No-name, Winners ($89); 3. Ecco ($65)

Missing from the picture: Stuart Weitzman blue peep toe pumps; Enzo Angiolini t-strap pumps; Enzo Angiolini gold sandals; Old Navy black flats (seen here and a million other posts); Gap Factory red sandals (ditto); Nine West black booties (seen here); Tahari black boots (seen here); Old Navy yellow wedge sandals; Bloch pink flats (seen here, can’t decide if I’m keeping); G by Guess metallic flats (seen here, ditto).

5 Comments on Closet Inventory, pt. 2: Shoessssss!

  1. You’ve got quite the shoe game on! Care to share how you scored those Ferragamos for $100? 😉 They’ve been on my wishlist foreeverr but I’ve yet to bite the bullet!

    • eBay and Etsy! The brown croc and black patent are both “vintage” (i.e. secondhand), but in great condition. The red Flavia pumps are from a consignment store, and judging from the soles, they were new.
      I love Ferragamo shoes. The Vara/Lilaz “flats” are the most comfortable shoes – the 1 inch heel makes a huge difference compared to a completely flat sole.

      A friend of mine was able to score a pristine pair of navy Varas for $75 on eBay. Yeah, I was jealous, too 😉