These Cole Haan's have been my favorite shoes for two years. I wear them all the time - and, in fact, they are showing those first signs of wearing out. Rats! I'm not ready! I have lots of outfits that are dependent on a pair of Teal Walking Flats. So using the Bella Method, I set out for my local Goodwill to try and replace them. I figured that this would be the first of many trips, but luck was with me and I found just what I wanted on the first trip. And for less than $4 per pair. Because the pricers at my Goodwill don't realize that a Cole Haan shoe shouldn't be priced less than a Target shoe (most of the Target shoes are $6). And that beautiful Bronze Shoe is Cole Haan. And that Turquoise shoe is a never wore pair of Arche, a French brand that somehow found it's way to Tulsa. For less than $4. And, did I mention that I don't even bother to look at anything that isn't my size anymore? I know I have complained about the lack of certain retail establishments that I am fond of - no Nordstroms, IKEA's, Trader Joes, Cost Plus/World Market, Cole Haan, Brooks Brothers, etc - but the thrift shopping in Oklahoma more than makes up for that!