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    • Lisa Feland

      Mom said she always kept a dime in her "penny loafers." That little act of rebellion led me to great lengths of inspiration. I begged for koafers, found them in oxblood color and then proudly changed my coinage in my shoes upon every whim. I remember getting a roll of new pennies at the bank so I could share with my friends. Identical shoe adornments. What a sweet life.

    • Olivia Hall

      @Murfee Law childhood memory :)

    • Margaret Madill

      I remember mine! Penny loafers became very popular with young people in America in 1950s and 60s. At that time, pennies were inserted into the cut-out for decoration, and perhaps as a lucky charm.

    • Jorja Price

      penny loafers - let's not forget. . .remember in school the really cool girls (who defined that) put dimes in their loafers :)

    • Sharon Awbrey

      Penny loafers. The good thing about these shoes were you could upgrade by putting in dimes, nickles, quarters, etc. as the economy changed. My father liked that I would always have money for a pay phone, if I needed it.

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