This dream has been viewed 3703 times.It is daytime and I find myself in a very familiar dream setting of a small rural mining community near to a river. I enter into a familiar dream shoe shop in the little village that I have visited on numerous occasions in past dreams.
As I enter into the shop I see that some changes have taken place and that the area of the shop just after the entrance is now a perfume counter selling lots of ladies fragrances, I pause briefly to have a look about at the displays.
I carry on walking into an area where I would expect the shoes to be but am surprised to see that the shoe shop is no longer there and has been replaced by a pharmacy. The change of scene is quite startling and I wonder whatever happened to the shoe shop.
A disembodied male voice explains that the shoes weren’t selling very well and the owner wasn’t making enough money for it to be a viable business. He continues to explain that the floor space was sold off and this pharmacy was put here in its place.
I head on upstairs to the second floor where I expect to see more shoes and clothing. I see that this part of the shop hasn’t changed a great deal and is still much the same. I go over to a clothes rail and take a large heavy knit and felt winter coat off the hanger and put it on.
The coat is vaguely similar to a duffle coat its all white with a vague abstract pattern wove into the midriff. It is made from a very heavy knit fabric and is very reminiscent of the kind of clothing an Eskimo might wear its simple patterned design is also very suggestive of Peruvian blanket shawls and ponchos too.
I really like the coat it has a very comfortable feel to it and it even has a large fur lined hood that I pull up over my head. The coat has a slightly feminine air about it, which might simply be down to its white colour.
Somebody in the shop calls over to me and says as if pointing something out “Hey that coat costs £896 you’ll never be able to afford it”. I feel slightly frustrated by this as I really like the coat but it’s true that I would never be able to spend nearly £900 on a coat.
Regardless of the huge sum of money the coat costs I decide to keep it on, I assume that as long as I stay in the shop then nobody can tell me to remove it.