3 Steps to Shoe Success
Many women between the ages of 15 and 60 are absolutely obsessed with shoes, boots and footwear in general. Well maybe not exactly obsessed, but definitely close! Women are absolutely taken back by some of the fabulous shoe designs on the market. For this reason, some of the top designers in the fashion industry like Louis Vuitton and Prada, have created inimitable shoe lines for women to enjoy.
There are a number of things to remember when choosing the perfect pair of shoes. There are also a number of ways to get side tracked in the process. Great savings and outstanding deals don’t always equal the best pair of shoes. Here are a few tips to keep in mind while shopping for a new pair of shoes:
Pain is not Beauty You might find the most stunning pair of Betsey Johnson espadrilles but the look means nothing if you can’t stand to wear them. Comfort, whether we like to admit it or not, plays a huge role in our shoe shopping decisions. Buying a pair of uncomfortable shoes just because they look nice will end up leaving your feet aching, your heart broken and your pocket empty. Do yourself a favor and choose a pair of shoes that make your feet feel great.
Have your Own Style If you’re a tomboy, you’re better off choosing a pair of Baby Phat runners than you are choosing a pair of Versace stilettos. Likewise, if you’re used to wearing heels, a pair of flats may actually end up hurting your back as well. It’s essential to choose a style of shoe that your body is used to wearing. You’ll end up looking better in the end because you’ll be comfortable and confident in your overall look. Wear what you like, it is your money and you earned it!
Pay the Extra Few Bucks Sometimes we just can’t seem to talk ourselves into paying a couple hundred dollars for a pair of designer shoes but that doesn’t mean it’s not the best solution. In fact, paying more money usually means you’re getting better quality. Although some people seem to think that when you buy a pair of Steve Madden shoes, you’re paying for the name, you’re actually paying for the name and the quality. Designer shoe labels use the highest quality materials and the best designing techniques to ensure they give you the best possible product. So spending a few extra dollars now will ultimately benefit you in the long run.
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