By Ruth Tawil If you are going to buy shoes and you chose a pair that you love, you’re ready to buy them until you hesitate because you think that your friends might not like them or they will make fun of you. Then, you put the shoes back and you leave the store empty handed. Why should you care what your friends think about those shoes? They are not the ones who are wearing them. You are! What’s the big deal if you buy them and your friends don’t like them? You’re dressing for yourself not for your friends.