Which Shoes Should You Wear? Lady’s Shoe Style Guide

Which Shoes Should You Wear? Lady’s Shoe Style Guide

Fashion and Styles, Shoes
We know as a woman finding the right shoes to go with the right outfit can be a bit of a task in itself. With so many styles, colours and heel heights too choose from, finding the perfect footwear can be a bit of a nightmare. The right shoes however can make or break an outfit; they can add that final finishing touch to your look. This month we have put together some little pearls of wisdom to help you choose the best shoes for your chosen outfit whether it is a casual or formal look you are going for we’re here to help! Women’s Casual Outfits: How to Choose the Shoes The main issue many women come across when wanting a more casual look is what shoes to wear. …
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Spotting Fake Designer Footwear

Spotting Fake Designer Footwear

Shoes
Spotting fake designer footwear can be challenging in today’s world, especially if you are shopping online. Today’s fashions are being copied at an insane rate.  It is often very difficult to distinguish the real deal from the imposter. Unless you take time out to learn the designer’s trade markings on the item of clothing or footwear, you could easily fall prey to those selling fakes and imposters. Designer Inspired vs. Fakes #Shoe design fakes are being sold at an alarming rate. You see vendors on street corners set up with hundreds of shoes on display and a van stacked to the ceiling with hundreds more. This is a telltale sign of fakes or imposters—shoe fashion designers only sell through reputable companies. They do not sell wholesale to street corner vendors…
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Top Brands of Shoes for Your Entire Family

Top Brands of Shoes for Your Entire Family

Shoes
Sports Sporting shoes company logos adorn the shoes worn by the most famous athletes in the world. These companies actually bid for the right to provide an athlete the footwear he would use for his competitions. In return for this privilege, the chosen athlete provides his endorsement. In turn, millions of fans gear up with the same footwear brand as their sports idol, hoping that the shoes will help them jump a little higher, run a little faster, and control the ball a little better. Nike has something for everyone. Founded in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports,it changed its name in 1978 to Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Its “Just Do It” slogan and logo are some of the most recognizable marketing items in the world today. It is…
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When to Buy Shoes for Your Baby

When to Buy Shoes for Your Baby

Kids Corner, Shoes
Allowing your #baby to go barefoot at home, in a safe environment is good developmentally. Once your baby becomes mobile, you should have some shoes available to protect those tootsies. The selection of baby’s first walking shoes is endless!   Once your baby is starting to walk is the time to shop for some baby walking shoes. Babies will find plenty of things to trip over, so be sure their shoes are not part of the problem! What is the best kind of baby #shoe? Most all baby shoes are cute, so look for ones that are: soft, have flexible soles non-skid bottoms moccasin-like so breathable materials Your baby needs to develop proper balance. If you choose high-tops or boots, make sure they are still very flexible around the ankles,…
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Selecting The Appropriate Foot Coverings For Your Baby

Selecting The Appropriate Foot Coverings For Your Baby

Kids Corner, Shoes
There is nothing more precious on earth than a #baby. Taking care of your baby and providing him or her with only the very best of everything is always on your mind. Here, we will help you in selecting the appropriate foot coverings for your baby through their early years. A baby needs only booties or socks for warmth and protections an infant. As the child begins to crawl and stand and attempts to walk upright, it can go bare foot; this helps the child develop and strengthen the muscles as well as their arches. Shoes should be worn outdoors all times in order to prevent injury. Purchasing your baby’s first shoes: A sneaker or soft-soled #shoe is a good choice. A low-cut sneaker allows the child to develop the…
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Wedding Shoes – For the Princess Bride in You

Wedding Shoes – For the Princess Bride in You

Shoes, Wedding
Famous Footsteps From the sparkling glass slippers that Cinderella wore to the first bride to walk down the aisle in high heels, Catherine de Medici, #wedding shoes have always been enchanting. Rather than tossing bouquets, Anglo-Saxons used to toss the brides tossed shoes to hopeful bridesmaids. In merry old England, brides followed the old saying of wearing "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue -- and a sixpence in her #shoe" by tucking coins into their wedding slippers. In 1840, Queen Victoria set the trend form today is brides and chose a white gown and white shoes for her wedding. Until then, blue was the color of choice for bridal ensembles. Today’s Wedding Shoe Styles From once upon a time to happily ever after, today's brides make the trek…
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Dance the Night Away in the Right Dance Shoes

Dance the Night Away in the Right Dance Shoes

Shoes
Dance shoes come in a wide variety, depending on what the type of dance you will be doing. From ballroom to ballet, and from Irish dancing to jazz or tango, the right #shoe on the right dance surface will let you enjoy dancing even more. Ballet Shoes-Pointe shoes Typically, ballet shoes are constructed from leather or canvas and may be a continuous or split sole... Unlike pointe shoes, they are more flexible allowing the toe to be pointed. Pointe Shoes The toe boxes in pointe shoes are stiffened with glue and a hardened sole so the dancer can stand on the #tips of their toes. They are secured by elastic straps and ribbons that are tied to the dancer's ankles.   Ghillies are soft shoes that are used in Irish…
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Advancements in Orthopedic Shoes

Advancements in Orthopedic Shoes

Shoes
Orthopedic shoes have come a long way in design. Whether you suffer from ankle disorders, bunions, blisters, corns, calluses, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, or any other kind of foot disorder, there is an orthopedic #shoe designed especially for you. Orthopedic shoes are worn by those who suffer from diabetes, as well as those with uneven leg lengths. Their special design offers extra support and may include an orthotic for additional arch support and a removable sole. The great news is that they are now designed to be more fashion-conscious and blend in. Orthopedic Shoes –Relieve Constant Pain If you suffer from constant foot pain, you may want to consider an orthopedic shoe, especially if your job requires you to stand for several hours throughout the day. There is no…
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