You shouldn't judge a person until you've walked a mile in her shoes, but most people can, just by looking at them. A new study suggests that your footwear may say more about you than you think.
Psychologists from the University of Kansas determined that people were able to correctly guess a shoe owner's political, emotional, and personality traits by looking at their footwear. Like whether you're conservative, athletic, or shockingly, a clingy girlfriend.
So Friday morning, Kathie Lee and Hoda tried to test this theory by attempting to match three pairs of women with their respective shoes. The results? Uh, indeterminate. KLG was right for a couple of them, but only because she sneakily matched the shoes to their outfits. Wonder what kind of shoes say you cheat?
Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She is barefoot from June through Labor Day.
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