If you could only take one pair of shoes on a trip which ones would you take?
Is it possible to pack light? Is it possible to travel with only one pair of shoes? I hate a suitcase full of shoes. There are shoes to wear with a dress, shoes that are comfortable to walk in, running shoes, sandals, heels, boots…
If you only took one pair of shoes on a trip which ones would you take?
Would you take boots? I like my Doc Martens, they would keep my feet warm, but maybe too warm. And they would be hard to take off when I go through the security check-point at the airport. The black flats are to go with a dress, but I only need them for one night. Could I go barefoot, or do I really have to bring the black flats too? The blue, Jack Purcell’s by Converse are very comfortable. The five-finger shoes are comfortable to walk in, but would be hard to get off at security and wouldn’t keep my feet warm.
Maybe the real question is:
Is it possible for a woman to travel with only one pair of shoes?
My husband takes one pair of shoes. The shoes on his feet. Do men have different shoe needs. Hmmmm.
I want to pack light. I read about a woman who traveled to eight countries in 28 days without changing clothes. I like that idea. First I will focus on the shoes.
The place I am travelling to is Denmark. The weather will be approximately 54% with a 10% chance of rain. The boots make sense, but they might not look good with a dress. And do I really need to bring a dress? Could I just have one set of clothes.
What pair of shoes do you think I should take with me?
If you could only bring one pair of shoes on a trip, what would you bring? Please tell me in the comments, I would love to chat.
p.s. Tomorrow lets talk about if it’s possible to only take one set of clothes on a nine day trip to Europe. The clothes you are wearing. Or what is the absolute minimum you need to bring.
About Pamela Hodges
My name is Pamela Hodges. I am a writer and an artist. I write to encourage and to bring laughter. I paint cats, draw cartoons and write books for children and grown ups.