Vionic OrthaHeel Sneakers + ToeSox Review from Sole Provisions
When I think “orthotics shoes” nothing like these amazing lens-flare print sneakers come to mind. I mean, not even close. As a zealous fan of comfortable shoes, it’s rather exciting to see the innovative strides footwear design is taking, specifically in terms of comfort & technology fused into good looking shoe. That being said, socks are having their moment too!
Check out the full review of these Vionic “Tourney” sneakers, along with a couple of really neat (or weird – depending who you ask, really!) socks with toes & without, from ToeSox. And a giveaway, c/o Sole Provisions!
With a growing number of kids being bullied online & off, more action needs be taken to put a stop to it. Which is why the Canadian Safe School Network has teamed up with YoSox for an innovative #standtogether campaign that launches today.
And yes, it has something to do with these fun socks!
Ssh-oes Quiet Shoes & Comfortable Heels for Spring 2016
I don’t know about you, but I get pumped for seasonal wardrobe changes! Yet as much as new Spring shoes are exciting, I have trouble finding comfortable shoes & heels for the warmer months, especially when there are peep-toes & cut-outs involved.
I walk a lot, and heels that dig into my feet or sans ball of foot padding are not going to serve me well. So I’m always on the lookout for both stylish and comfortable sandals. Particularly ones that are made & lined with leather &/or soft, breathable materials.
Where to Buy Manolo Blahnik Shoes in Toronto, Canada
Manolo Blahnik‘s gorgeous shoes for both men & women, ooze style & class. And it’s no surprise that Manolo’s brand is part of the top shoe designer trifecta that also includes Christian Louboutin & Jimmy Choo. Manolo’s shoes are definitely high on the sophisticated women’s shoe shopping list (virtual or actual), no matter where she lives! And if you’re in Toronto, I’m here to help you 🙂
This upcoming August I’ll be clocking in 6 years of writing a shoe blog. This shoe blog, of course! Man, just writing those words: 6 years. That’s a long time, people. Considering most give up blogging after 3 months, that kinda makes ShoeTease ancient in the fashion blogosphere.