Last month I analysed the colours of the shoes in my collection.

With the weather about to get colder, I just looked at the boots I own this time.

What proportion are ankle-height (an inch or two above the ankle bone), shoe-boots (just on the ankle bone), and how many are knee-high styles (just below the knee)?








These percentages seem about right for my life, style, and the English weather.

What about the heel-height of these boots?








I’m not kidding. I really do have exactly equal amounts of flat and heeled boots. Many of the heeled boots are perfect for every day, as I always choose high heels or wedges which I know will be comfortable. If you want to know how to choose the perfect high heel, check out my article here.

Does your shoe collection match your lifestyle requirements?

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