DIAMONDS, NO, SHOES? YES! Shoes are my best friend, not diamonds....
Ever since I fractured my right foot five years ago, I am now very careful with what I wear on my feet. No more cheap plug slippers, sneakers or high heel shoes that are not anti-slip. Nowadays I look for good and comfortable shoes which I love to wear daily unless those days, I used to buy cheap shoes which do not last and might cause injury as well. I have stopped wearing steep and high heels for a few years now, firstly it is because I have retired and secondly, I am now having "fall phobia" wearing them.
However when special occasions and events arises, I need to wear something classy to match the dress or gown I wear, something like court heels. These shoes will be more suitable and right with the glittering outfit. I cannot be wearing flats or sneakers with a glittering gown I am donning, right? LOL... I would end up being "outstanding" at the event! When it comes to shoes, I do not scrimp or save money on good and comfortable shoes anymore, I look for something safe where I feel more confident wearing them.
In fact I have a few special functions which I would be attending next year. I need a good pair of shoes, fashionable and yet classy and comfortable. Shoes which cause blisters on my feet is a No-No, I prefer to invest in a pair which leather lining or soft spongy lining which helps to prevent foot odour and yet giving me a soft and comfy feeling when I wear them. I would like to get a nice pair of satin heels with satin pumps which makes me very securely tied to my feet and not slip off whenever I take a step. I would like to get a red pair of these pumps heel shoes, the red satin ribbon tied round my ankle and at the same time, this pair of shoes is so exquisite and classy! The high heels is just nice for me, I am not tall and this pair of shoes certainly make me a few inches taller. I love it!
Some of you might something more trendy and wild, how about this pair of leopard print stiletto shoes? Going clubbing and singing your hearts out, this pair would certainly be suitable. Here are a few easy steps to order these shoes.
How to measure:
- Just place the foot on a sheet of paper and mark the circumference.
- Measure the longest distance with a ruler and look up the size in the shoe size charts
- Finally, measure the width between the widest points of your foot circumference
There is a wider selection of shoes shown here in this website u2step, in fact, there are so many designs and styles which I could not decide which to choose. LOL... Well, find out for yourself, I am sure you will understand what I meant. Happy Shopping!