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What Shoes In Your Dreams Say About You

Have you ever dreamt about shoes? Has anyone ever even noticed shoes in a dream? Apparently, seeing shoes in a dream is very common, but may have a deeper meaning then you think. According to dream interpreters, different shoes in dreams can have different meanings depending on the context, they can also indicate your approach to life and which direction you may be heading. Take a look below at what each type of dream can mean.


Being barefoot in a dream can generally indicate low self-esteem and lack of confidence. However dreaming in a playful setting whilst being barefoot can suggest playful attitudes and carefree emotions.

Putting on shoes

This type of action within a dream represents your beliefs and convictions, it can indicate that you are ready to embark on a new journey and chapter in life.

Changing shoes

Removing one pair and putting on another refers to your roles changing. This could mean you are taking different roles at work or picking up new responsibilities at home. If you are wearing someone else’s shoes it means you may be trying to fit into their role.

Shoes too big

This suggests you may find yourself to be inadequate in fitting into the previous person’s role. Perhaps you’ve been promoted or taken on a new job but find yourself unable to handle new tasks.

Shoes too small

This indicates you are forcing your perspective into others. It could be a sign that you need to take a step back and find different perspective or position.

Losing a pair of shoes

This symbolizes the end of something, e.g. a relationship or job etc.

Shoes getting stolen

If your shoes are stolen in a dream, this could relate to something in your life getting taken away or never happening. For example a missed opportunity.

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