When it comes to style, the right footwear is crucial for everyone. A good pair of shoes can either make or break your entire look, which you are likely aware of already. You don’t want to wear shoes that are uncomfortable or won’t work with the entire outfit that you have planned on. So here we’ve got three common fashion-related shoes issues and smart solutions that will fix them quickly.
1- Can you wear sneakers outside the gym?
Sneakers aren’t just for the gym anymore! Savvy fashionistas know know how to rock this look with causal style for any day. You can wear these shoes with everything from sporty dresses to colorful jeans to trendy black, leather leggings. You can keep the look even trendier with a pair of sneaker wedges. Rock this look with a simple pair of skinny jeans and a cute tee shirt. Add a dark blue denim jacket to complete the look. When it comes to making though trends work, edgy details such as fun sneakers can make all the difference.
2- Is wearing heels everyday bad for my feet?
Many women experience foot issues thanks to the longterm use of wearing heels. Such problems can include corns, blisters, warts, and ingrown nails. The best way to avoid this problems is to wear high heeled shoes less often and alternate them with lower heeled shoes or flats. Consider limiting heels to two or three times a week and then taking the shoes off as soon as you get home. Most heels are beautiful shoes, but long term wear will leave your feet feeling less than beautiful.
3- What shoes are ideal for everyday wear?
This depends on several factors including climate, lifestyle, career, and personal preference. If you’re on your feet most of the time, heels may not be your best option. If you love strappy sandals but can’t imagine wearing them during winter, you will need another shoe for everyday wear during that season. Ideally, the best shoes for everyday are low or kitten heels. These shoes will look sophisticated for the office and cool for the weekend. But most importantly they include comfort!
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