n. A photo of one's shoes or one's bare feet.
It’s hard to imagine that the selfie — the digital calling card of duck-lipped poseurs in bathrooms everywhere — could stoop any lower. And yet a new variation on the self-portrait, called the selfeet, is doing so in a very literal way, capturing a person’s shoes atop high-impact flooring.
—Iris Benaroia, “Sweet and low down,” The Globe and Mail, October 22, 2015
In April, the brand brought its online user-generated gallery into stores with a "Wall of Shoes" that encouraged consumers to take a "selfeet," or a foot selfie.
—Forrest Cardamenis, “Berluti shows what the boys like in social video,” Luxury Daily, September 15, 2015
Shoefies (sometimes also referred to as “selfeet”) have become a growing form of downward selfie for the Instagram set among the shoe-gazing and footwear-obsessed — and perhaps those too shy for a full-on self-portrait.
—Laura Neilson, “Shoefie Mania During New York Fashion Week,” The New York Times, September 12, 2014
2012 (earliest)
#selfie #selfeet
—Trap Nord, “#selfie #selfeet,” Twitter, July 12, 2012
A selfeet.