Why every girl should have one as a checklist
We can never have enough shoes. If it were up to us, we’d be like the former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, who owned over 3,000 pairs. A study published on Glamour.com revealed that the average woman will spend $25,000 on shoes over her lifetime. In the same study it was concluded that the staple pairs in a woman’s shoe closet are high-heeled shoes, sandals, boots, ballet pumps, flip-flops, wedges, and foxy-styled shoes.
There’s nothing more fun than going out with your girlfriends to shop for shoes, and for these occasions you’ll need a checklist—this is where a shoe bingo card comes handy. Besides, it’ll keep us from buying more shoes that border on impracticality, aside from the thrill of completing a row in your bingo card. Shoe enthusiasts from the Cheekybingo.com community tried this game with their friends, and said it also helped them organize their lovely pairs. You and your fashionista friends can also have a little bingo competition among yourselves, with new Steve Madden heels as a prize for the winner. So, what items should be included in your Shoe Bingo cards? Here are a few ideas:
TheRichest.com’s top luxury shoe brands include: Jimmy Choo, Stuart Weitzman, Christian Louboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Walter Steiger, Louis Vuitton, Brian Atwood, Alexander McQueen, Gucci, and Miu Miu
Here are the top shoe designers patronized by celebrities as reported by FashionBombDaily.com: Giuseppe Zanotti, Nicholas Kirkwood, Prada, Charlotte Olympia, Brian Atwood, Fendi, Gianmarco Lorenzi, Versace, Pierre Hardy, Ruthie Davis, Camilla Skovgaard, Yves Saint Laurent, and Lanvin
About.com enumerates the types of shoes as follows: ankle strap shoes, ballerina flats, clogs, d’Orsay pumps, espadrilles, French heels, galoshes, kitten heels, loafers, Mary Janes, mules, Ombre shoes, overshoes, peep toes, platforms, pumps, slides, sling-backs, spectator shoes, stilettos, T-straps, wedges, wingtips, and flip-flops.