While no one should be judged by his or her shoes alone, some people believe a person’s choice of footwear says a lot about personality. This belief was even supported by a 2012 study published in the Journal of Research in Personality. So, what could your shoes be saying about you?
Love colorful sneakers in bright hues? Whether you’re a man or woman, this could indicate you’re independent and emotionally stable, not afraid to be separated from loved ones.
Are high-tops your favorite? The study found those who wear high-tops regardless of gender may be conscientious, introverted, and a bit standoffish. However, the Huffington Post Style believes high-tops signal someone who’s a kid at heart and doesn’t take him- or herself too seriously.
Passionate about biker-style boots? You may be aggressive and tough, someone who is reserved and prefer to do things yourself.
Are you a woman who adores platforms – the higher the better? You probably update your Facebook page, Instagram, and other platforms (no pun intended) regularly since you’re so social media savvy.
Are sky-high heels your thing? You’re probably highly self-confident and have a vivid personality – and you love attention, too!
Are you a man who tends to choose driving mocs most often? Chances are you’re a little high-maintenance, but when it comes to style you know your stuff.
Men who turn to desert boots again and again are usually detail-oriented and masculine, but not flashy or aggressive. Your style is trendy but understated.
What about Vans? You may be one of those people who’s late everywhere you go. With an easygoing “chill” personality, you’re fairly low-maintenance.
Interesting what someone’s choice in footwear can reveal about their personality! What is your favorite choice in footwear? We’d love to hear your comments!
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