Anna Schryver

It may not be surprising that 57 percent of women buy more shoes than the men in their household and they’re likely to spend at least $40 on the average pair, but ShoeMall’s first U.S. Shoe Census did uncover some other facts about women and their fascination with footwear. Here are some findings from the survey conducted online in February by ShoeMall and Greenfield Inc. with 560 women ages 18 to 54: Besides sneakers and sandals, what kind of shoes do women have in their closet? 74 percent flats 32 percent wedges 26 percent peep toes 23 percent platforms Almost all women have black shoes in their closets. What other

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