Let’s get some shoes. Shoes, although a simple accessory, can actually have a huge impact on your life. Choosing the right shoes for you, is the difference between joint pain, a bad back and bunions! There’s quite a lot to at stake and it’s very important to consider which shoes are actually right for you. I’ve spoken before about staying in your comfort zone when it comes to shoes, and I stand by this whole heartedly. Lets take a look at a few points to consider when choosing the right shoes for you…
It is important for you to choose a good pair of shoes for your health as well as your style. It’s important to find quality shoes that are stylish, comfortable and supportive. There are some great places to find European woman’s shoes and boots both online and on the high street.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, support is so important for your feet. When looking for a great pair of shoes it is important for you to consider the health benefits as well as the style. If you want to be fashionable and comfortable, you need to buy a pair of shoes which are supportive. For example, a supportive pair of shoes should provide you with arch support, they should raise up slightly in the middle of your foot to keep your arches from falling. Make sure when you choose a pair of shoes that this is the case. It’s usually better to go in-store to try on shoes and make sure the shoes fit properly.
If you’re anything like me and you’re keen to reduce the amount of clutter around your home. It’s better to invest in shoes that go with multiple outfits in your wardrobe. If you want to keep your shoe collection to a minimum you need to be smart with the colours you choose. When choosing a colour for your shoes, you will want to make sure that the colour is one which goes with everything, and this will make life much easier for you when getting ready in the morning. Colours such as tan, black, white, grey and cream are ideal and they will work with almost every outfit.
Keep it simple
When choosing a pair of shoes to go with an outfit, it is important to make sure that the shoes match the style. With so many types of shoes out there, it pays to keep it simple. For example:
- Work outfits – heels, flats
- Sports outfits – trainers, pumps
- Jeans and tee – pumps, heels, flats, sandals
- Dresses – heels, flats, sandals, pumps
- Shorts – sandals, heels, pumps
Different outfits require a different type of shoes, but if you have a pair of heels, flats, pumps, sandals in neutral colours then you’re pretty sure to have at least one option to go with your outfit. Hopefully these points help when choosing the right shoes for you.