Is there such a thing as a perfect travel shoe? Every foot is different but here’s how my feet feel about the following shoes:
Rothy's shoes are made with sustainability in mind - recycling plastic water bottles and using 3d knitting to reduce pattern waste. The shoes are washable, come in a variety of styles and colors and are growing in popularity. If you need arch support, I recommend adding somewiivs custom insoles.
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This post is long overdue. The first post in this series was about unboxing my first pair of Tieks. In that post I promised to do a walking test in these shoes and let you know where they stood.
And walk I did..
Just a quick little shout out to my Toms Lunata Ankle Boots!
These are leather booties with rubber soles and a stacked heel. You can get them in Warm Tan Leather or Black Leather. They have a nice size heel to give you a little height and versatility and they look great with skinny jeans! <3
Birkenstocks have been popular among travelers for quite some time, but the classic style was not appealing to me. In recent years, however, Birkenstock has branched out into a number of great looking styles. I decided to try the Gizeh model for my first pair. Yes, I said first pair. As in I can totally see myself getting more Birks in the future..
I finally did it. The insane. The unheard of. The completely uncharacteristic. After several years of staring, drooling, trying to choose a color.... I finally broke down and ordered the outrageously priced luxurious leather ballet flats -- Tieks.