I’ve scoured the internet and poured through hundreds of reviews to find the most comfortable and trendiest shoes of the season. I had to pick 16 (no easy feat) because, even though Molly Ringwald has absolutely nothing to do with comfort sandals, I liked the sound of it and couldn’t let it go.
This spring is all about patterns and feminine details. Some of the hottest shoe trends we’re seeing include knots and bows, stripes, pearl and bead embellishments.
In my last post, Seasonal Self-Pity Syndrome, I give tips for coping with the ”poor me” blues that some of us who have foot neuropathy, and use orthotics, experience each spring.
Show off the star you are in these outfits for perfectly imperfect women with invisible disabilities.
It’s a proven fact (I think) that when people wear trendy and fitted workout clothing as opposed to wearing just anything that fits, they feel more motivation to workout. Here are some of my favorite styles to wear for working out!
Shoe shopping sucks in general
It is a ton of work and rarely satisfying.
My girlfriends (the ones with perfect arches and no cankles) appear to love shoe shopping as much (maybe even more) than sex.
Some women get a visible flushed face high from finding the perfect pair.
They sound like giddy teenagers revealing the brand name “They are Stuart Weitzman” of their newest love.
I am always happy for them but can’t relate.
My love for shoes is unrequited; they have never loved me back.
Like choosing the guy who is nice and supportive but not so attractive,
Women with foot issues often settle for shoes because they fit.
Boot shopping is for sure the most difficult.