It's reasonably likely that you have your mother to thank for your current shoe addiction. An interest in fashion is often passed generationally, from mother to daughter, teaching you to do everything from tie your first sneakers to how to score that awesome shoe deal you'll be bragging about for months. And, like everything else in fashion, your mom certainly has her favorites when it comes to her footwear wardrobe.
In honor of Mother's Day, which is this Sunday, we did a little brainstorming and figured out what your mom's favorite shoe styles say about her. Check out our results below and see which one matches up with your mom's aesthetic.
Gucci Tian Princetown Slipper
$695 via Gucci
When you were a teenager, you raided the back of her closet for the coolest vintage stuff imaginable, and you probably still do.
Prada Slip-On Sneaker
$495 via Nordstrom
Your mom is an expert mall-navigator for sure.
Rag & Bone Newbury Classic Suede Bootie
$239 via Bergdorf Goodman
You might not have realized it growing up, but your mom was the one on the sideline at your soccer games who made the other moms feel a little envious of how effortlessly cool she always looked.
Stuart Weitzman Elixir Sandal
$455 via Stuart Weitzman
Mom has a closet full of maxi dresses and she's not afraid to use them.
$675 via Chanel
She's definitely the one to blame for your current shoe addiction because she has a Chanel espadrille in Every. Single. Color.
Christian Louboutin So Kate Pump
$675 via Bergdorf Goodman
Your mom taught you how to walk in heels, fit all your belongings into a tiny clutch and break a man's heart without flinching.
Manolo Blahnik Mladar Suede Mary Jane Pump
$735 via Bergdorf Goodman
You're getting a good inheritance.
Jimmy Choo Holly Platform Sandals
$1,250 via Jimmy Choo
Your mom's a total glamorpuss, to an extent that was often embarrassing to you when you were an awkward teen.
Salvatore Ferragamo Varina Patent Bow Ballerina Flat
$525 via Bergdorf Goodman
Mom's got a great collection of cashmere.
$160 via ShopBop
Your mom may not be much of a clotheshorse, but she's your mom--does it even matter?