you mean they do not provide you with shoes like food and bev?
You're kidding right. Food and Bev gets their shoes issued because there is a specific type. Personally, I have seen the shoes food and bev wears and they aren't anything special. They actually look like black sneakers or gym shoes but I know there is a special sol eon the shoes.
those look creepy like someone sucked the life out of a bunch of cms' dead bodies heh.
I actually feel kind of weird walking backstage. I go through that whole lecture on the disney look and here I am walking backstage in just gym shorts, a tshirt, and some old beat up tennis shoes. But that's just how it is since I have to change for entertainment anyways.
My main work shoes are Easy Spirits that I got for half-price at JC Penney's last year. They're starting to reach the end of their lifespan, but they're terribly comfortable. (I learned the hard way, though, that they aren't waterproof.)
I have various girlier-looking shoes for the Opera House, a couple of ballet flats and a couple of heels. I think I acquired them mostly at Target.
Cinderella IV: The Bloodening
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I still want to invest in steel-toed black boots by the time Fantasmic! comes back up :thumbup:. I know a big chunk of attraction hostesses that wear mary-jane style Doc Martens... it's pretty popular and quite a few of them have tried to make it the unofficial-official NOCC shoe. Though the trend has spread to bits of FL.