If you're anything like me, at some point in your fashionable life, you've tried on shoes that didn't fit quite right but bought them anyway because they were SO gorgeous or cute. Then they most likely ended up in the back of your closet collecting dust waiting to go to shoe heaven because they were too painful to wear or you gave them away.
Well, my darling shoe fanatics, here are a few tips to help you get it right. First of all, it's usually better to try and buy shoes made from genuine leather or suede because natural fabrics tend to stretch to fit your foot, where as synthetic materials that don't have any stretch will tend to cause blistering.
Also, when trying shoes on, walking in them on various surfaces will give you a good idea of how they'll feel or how slippery they may be.
Finally, the best time to try shoes on is at the end of the day when your feet are swollen and/or more sensitive so that you can get a more realistic feel for how they'll be on your feet.
HAPPY SHOE SHOPPING! :-)
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Did you know that aquamarines were believed to give sailors good luck and that malachite is believed to have healing properties? Also, it has been said that amber is thought to heal joint problems and to give off a force of life . I happen to like wearing all 3 of these but only for their beauty! :-)