Empowering women to wear the shoes they love without pain.
After a long day in heels, have your feet ever needed a good massage?
Ever used marbles to massage your feet?
Apparently, they're great at soothing tired muscles and increasing circulation.
I love NYC! But the city is indeed an obstacle course for high heel lovers. Subway grates. Uneven sidewalks. Oncoming traffic.
It's no wonder women commute to work in flats and change into heels once they arrive to the office.
And thank goodness forVivian Lou Insolia weight-shifting insoles. I was able to walk to an event and stand for 4 hours in heels on a concrete floor without wincing in pain.
Did you know there are quite a few benefits of walking in the sand - especially for those of us who love to wear high heels?
Here's to kicking off our strappy sandals and sinking our toes in the sand!
It happens. You find the most amazing pair of heels. You try them on. They fit!
But when you wear them out, your heel starts to slip out of the shoe, and you have to clench your toes constantly to stop them from sliding off your feet.
So how do you keep your feet from slipping out of high heels?
High heels continue to get 'bad' press.
Sure, wearing heels can cause pain and increase the likelihood of injury. But the solution isn't to ask women to stop wearing heels.
The solution is to ask women to wear high heels smarter.
EasterSunday is often filled with new outfits (and shoes!), family traditions and vibrantly-colored eggs.
Many of us consider vinegar a key ingredient when coloring Easter eggs as it ensures the dye adheres to the egg shells making them as bright as possible.
But that's not the only thing vinegar is good for!
Spring is here!
And the best way to beat the last of these cold-weather blues is to freshen your feet and buy a new pair (or two) of shoes!
Here are our top tips to get your feet and shoes ready for the warmer season.
While I generally prefer a stiletto heel, one of my all-time favorite pairs of shoes has a stacked heel (also known as the chunky heel or block heel).
Many believe that the stacked heel is better for the body.
But is that true?
This past week, I planned a quick 2-day business trip out of town. I took an early morning flight on Wednesday so that I arrived just before my first meeting.
While convenient, it meant that I didn't have time to wait for a checked bag (or change outfits) once I landed.
So I packed a carry-on bag and wore heels to the airport. GASP!
In many ways, wearing high heels is like wearing red lipstick.
Some think you have to have confidence to pull them off. When in reality, both high heels and red lips give you confidence!
We all have that trusty pair of heels.
A go-to pair that is just the right height. Fit our feet like a glove. And match almost every outfit. But we shouldn't just slip on the same pair of shoes day after day.