Tips To Follow While Buying Pair Of Shoes

November 25, 2017 11:37 pm0 commentsViews: 43

First things first! Never buy a pair of shoes that don’t fit. Don’t think ‘Oh they will soon stretch’ and certainly don’t take that from the store assistant! The simple fact is that very often shoes don’t stretch enough to be comfortable and you could go through agony and damage your feet and toes in the process. Some people say you have to suffer for fashion but who really wants corns, bunions, hammer toes or ingrown toenails? No thanks!

And these afflictions may be exactly what you’re getting if you insist on wearing your stilettos every single day and never wear your Rockports or your Birkies . If you already have corns, bunions, hammer toes or ingrown toenails, we recommend you visit www.foot.com where you’ll find a wealth of useful information to help you identify and cure your foot ailments.

Here’s some useful advice.

• If you’re having a fitting, stand up – amazingly your feet are longer when you’re standing!
• Your feet are at their largest at the end of the day – buy your footwear then.

Research in fact shows that women are wearing more sensible shoes nowadays. So well done ladies!

Improve the health of your feet by:

• Limiting the amount of time you wear high heels. Wear good quality flat shoes for part of the day and choose comfort shoes for weekends and casual use.

• Make sure your sandals have straps. Wear a cult classic – Hush Puppies! The comfy sleek styles offered by Hush Puppies still look modern with plenty of casual looks. This summer Hush Puppies have some great new styles in comfort sandals so you can be kind to your feet without sacrificing being fashionable.

If you’re pregnant, be aware that your feet may grow a full size so put your high heels away for your pregnancy term. Instead choose substantial, comfy styles with thick, supportive soles.

If you’re aged over 65 always choose lightweight, shock-absorbing soles that are not slippery and wear shoes with leather uppers that breathe.

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