The key to looking and feeling fabulous comes down to a great pair of shoes. Cute shoes are often extremely uncomfortable and can only be worn for a limited amount of time before your feet start aching and your back hurts. Instead of suffering for style invest in a pair of incredibly comfy shoes that are both cute and fashionable.
Ladies leather loafers can be worn for a number of purposes whether it be for a business casual look or a smart street style. These two tone Sebago loafers are ahead of the game in trendy footwear as they combine both luxury and class. The decorative looping detail adds a touch of fun chic flare making these a great go-to pair of shoes. Wear them with your favourite trousers or skinny jeans for a put-together everyday look that is comfortable and classy.
Replay footwear sandals combine the fun and excitement of warm weather style and chic appeal. The flat rubber sole combined with the strappy detailing makes these sandals anything but ordinary. Not only are they mega comfortable, they are perfect to add to your spring/summer collection! The soft leather uppers are complimented with a side buckle closure that is simple, basic and versatile enough to wear with anything. Pick them up in the dark brown or grey colour and be ready to rock your spring wardrobe in style and comfort.
Sure, boots are a girl’s best friend, but finding the right pair is sometimes hard to do. The cuter the boot the more uncomfortable they tend to be. Luckily for you Fitflop boots are here to save the day. The ultimate in comfort and style these babies will have you feeling like you’re walking on air. The sleek style of the Crush boot makes them perfect for throwing on with a pair of leggings and a baggy boyfriend sweater, or even your favourite skirt. Available in black, chocolate and brown sugar colours you’re sure to get loads of use out of them in no time.
Did You Know?
The most alarm clocks smashed using feet is 88 and was achieved by Jay Wheddon on the set of Guinness World Records – Smashed, in London on 3 October 2008.