Shoe Advice Anyone?

Today I need YOUR Advice. I need your suggestions for the most comfortable shoes that you totally love if you walk a lot at work. I’m looking for a nice flat and a pump. Here’s what I’ve got going on…

woman walking in red pumpsI walk a lot each day, between five buildings, over a bridge, and back, again and again. So much so that a Security Guard asked me if I wear a Pedometer to see how far I go each day. I totally love the walking, and getting out and about all day long.

My feet, on the other hand, are hurting. Badly. I think they have spread a bit, and maybe grown. Might be an 11 1/2 wide. I do know an 11 hurts the top, medium really, really hurts my little toes. Blisters and calluses. I’m having pedicures regularly, which does help a lot.

The only pair that is comfortable is my old, and I mean like 20 years old, Trotters weaved loafer flats. They are great, I’ve had them resoled a few times, but I would like to wear a different color flat, and a navy and black pump for my power meetings. I’ve tried Naturalizer – didn’t help, even hurt more.

Any one wear Beautifeel Shoes?

What do you think? What do you recommend?

Any one wear “character” shoes? What brand?

They have to look professional and business like, while at the same time like tennis shoes in comfort and wearability.

I look forward to your suggestions! My feet thank you!

 

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Candace Dye is an Apriori Beauty Consultant and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. Her passion is helping others to uncover and enhance their true inner radiance with tips for health, wellness, skin care and beauty!

Comments

  1. If you are wearing pants you can try something like the Dansko shoes in patent or black, a lot of nurse wear them and I wear them in my treatment room, if you have your hems long enough they look nice enough. Also Easy Spirit and Clark make some good pumps. I also got a pair at the Bass outlet that lace up sort of like a boot, but they are shoes and they have a small platform base with a heel (chunky) but fashionable and comfortable. Key things, thick base for support, wide toe box so your toes aren’t cramped and cushioned inner sole (although inserts help). Also consider switching it up mid-day. I often have two pairs that would work for each outfit, and have a spare with me to change when fatigue starts setting in. Hope this helps my friend!

    • Candace says:

      Wonderful suggestions, Carleen! Thank you! I will look at each of the brands you suggest. I do have some slacks that are long, so they will glide over a shoe nicely. Thank you!!

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