The Comfort Level Guide to Women’s Shoes
Not many fashionistas think of their shoes as a protection from outside elements. Instead, they think of their footwear as precious jewelry for their feet that is part of their overall personal expression. But some of those shoes are not comfy to wear and can cause blisters, skin irritation, calluses and even cuts. Great craftsmanship doesn’t mean great comfort, whether it’s a designer heels or non-designer brand. See the different kinds of women’s shoes—like boots, clogs, sandals, loafers, mary janes, peep toe, sneakers and more—along with their comfort level.