I am inspired by my friend, Amy, who posts cute Instagram photos of her shoes. (Follow her at: amyschlott).
In all honesty, I've never been a shoe or purse kind of girl. So just bear with me as I'm always about 4 months behind trend...
While my Goodwill clothing stash is getting pretty substantial, my Goodwill footwear selection does not nearly boast the same volume. Understandably (or at least I think so), I am very particular about buying used shoes. If I get shoes at Goodwill, they need to look as though they have only been worn in the store to try on, or they don't get selected. So when I find one at $6 a pair (and 50% off if I get the lucky color of the week), it's worth the browse through the shoe racks each visit. (Truth, they are actually now $6.95, but I'm sticking with the $6 tag I've purchased most at.) I've actually put my summer shoes away, so the few sandal-type items I have purchased at Goodwill are not represented below.
Brown Leather Boots: Nine West, $6
(I actually had 2 pairs from Goodwill--one $3, and this one at $6, but the first pair hurt too much and I donated back!)
Pink flower flats: Kenneth Cole Reaction, $6
Blue "denim" wedges: Kenneth Cole Reaction, $6
Okay, this pair isn't from Goodwill, but I just got for a sick price. The are called BellaSole shoes. They retail at $22, and after a deal of the day and some extra coupons, got them with shipping for about $5. They are FOLDABLE "shoes" that you can essentially roll up into a ball. I think their target market is the drunk girl who stumbles out of the club and dreads walking home in her heels, but as someone who doesn't walk a tremendous amount at her job and would love to operate life in total "house shoe" mode, these are a welcome addition.