Friday, April 21, 2006

Shoes

Why is it that the more we become women the smaller our shoes get?

When I was younger I could get away with wearing a chunky heel that was supportive and relatively comfortable.



but as my body begins to fill out and break down fashion no longer supports that. Rather it requests a higher, thinner heel in a narrower shoe with less support.

Even the shoes that look comfortable but professional are secretly uncomfortable.

And the ones that are comfortable don't look professional.


Why is it so difficult to make a shoe that is comfortable, but looks stylish and professional.

3 comments:

Carlos said...

This is not solely (punny) a woman's issue.

I have the same problem with my shoes. My fancier shoes are the most uncomfortable.

Martha said...

I love shoe # 2! :-) I've had this thought for a while that shoes are really nothing but ornaments for our feet. They don't serve any functional purpose. In fact, they detract from functional purpose.

My shoe broke yesterday, so I am stuck with shoe shopping, not for fun, but for something affordable, and professional. Comfort just doesn't fit into the equation. :-(

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