Just, y'know, casually taking dainty steps like I'm not practically getting blown over by the wind on my roof.
Idk, it looks like I'm about to do the foxtrot. Maybe I did, maybe I didn't, gonna leave that up to your imagination.
Fun fact about Florsheim: they were one of the first wide-scale boot and shoe manufacturers in the United States, right outta Chicago.
I bought these boots on eBay. Apparently they're from the 30s (the leather feels like it) and have since been refurbished and resoled. I have large feet (size 10 / 41, y'all!), so finding antique shoes in my size is really hard sometimes. These are stupid comfortable too, so I'm happy to have 'em.
Also styled up these here Liam of York gauchos- I love the classic menswear stripe chosen for the pattern. Rebecca (whose studio I visited two weeks ago) really wanted me to give them a whirl, and good thing too because these are com-fort-a-ble. She thoughtfully hand-makes every pair herself in her Brooklyn studio/apartment, so they're definitely worth the investment.