what's your shoe budget?

clanalois

i <3 bags
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Dec 29, 2005
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New York City
Dunno yet. The most I've spent was $800 on a pair of CLs. I don't buy shoes very often, so I'd say I really don't have a budget yet -- I'll cross that bridge when I get there!
 

shops2much

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Jan 29, 2007
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Canada
I used to budget about $300 a month, but now I'm banned from shoes buying until I graduate from university next year and get a really good job (or if my bf gets a good summer internship). Most shoes that I get aren't too expensive. On average, I'll usually pay about $40. The most I spent was $300 for a pair of Ugg's, but I used them a lot since computer labs are always cold.
 

fieryfashionist

aka Minal :)
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Dec 7, 2006
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The city that never sleeps!
It's not that I have a budget, but I can't fathom spending more than $350, $400 maximum on shoes. :smile: I have a bunch of designer shoes, but they were all purchased on sale (Jimmy Choo boutique in Vegas, NM, etc.)... if the shoe is really, really fabulous though, I *might* consider breaking my self-imposed rule, but I'm really happy with my "high/low" mix (which includes Nine West, BCBG, Carlos Santana, other random brands, etc. :smile: Bags though, that's a totally different story haha (my Chanel addiction guarantees that no bag is less than 2K), and I would rather have a Chanel that could last a long, long time rather than a pair of trendy (or even classic) shoes for $600-$800 that I could easily scuff. :sweatdrop:
 

babypie

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Jun 3, 2007
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It's not that I have a budget, but I can't fathom spending more than $350, $400 maximum on shoes. :smile: I have a bunch of designer shoes, but they were all purchased on sale (Jimmy Choo boutique in Vegas, NM, etc.)... if the shoe is really, really fabulous though, I *might* consider breaking my self-imposed rule, but I'm really happy with my "high/low" mix (which includes Nine West, BCBG, Carlos Santana, other random brands, etc. :smile: Bags though, that's a totally different story haha (my Chanel addiction guarantees that no bag is less than 2K), and I would rather have a Chanel that could last a long, long time rather than a pair of trendy (or even classic) shoes for $600-$800 that I could easily scuff. :sweatdrop:
Do you mean Las Vegas New Mexico? Surely you jest?
 

ScarletHarlot

fashionable geek
Apr 23, 2007
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Massachusetts
As long as the bills are paid first, I can have as many shoes as I want . . . but after spending quite a bit on some Louboutins last week, I'm on a short ban so I can save for an ivory and python small Stam bag.

Priorities!
 

cherlizabeth

Mulberry Tillie
Apr 6, 2007
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5
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Melbourne & Singapore
If it's a pair that I truly love and won't wear out so easily, I'm willing to pay SGD600 at the most. For normal shoes that I throw out after a few weeks, I refuse to spend more than SGD60. I'm not a shoe person.