footwear

Heels, flats, and sneakers, oh my! Meet the latest and greatest footwear walking the streets of the fashion world.

  • Robin Nelson
    Published about a month ago
    Pay less Shoe Source

    Pay less Shoe Source

  • Robert Cordray
    Published 2 months ago
    6 Tips for Extending the Life of Your Shoes

    6 Tips for Extending the Life of Your Shoes

    Shoes are one of the most expensive staples in your wardrobe, and for good reason. The shoes you buy should be built to last. The first step in extending the life of your shoes starts with purchasing quality shoes. Once you have quality shoes in your collection, you can take measures to extend their life, making them a worthwhile investment you should be able to enjoy for years. Here are 6 more tips for extending the life of the shoes in your wardrobe.
  • Kate Brownell
    Published 2 months ago
    Best 10 Skateboard Shoes For Everyone 2020

    Best 10 Skateboard Shoes For Everyone 2020

    To ride a skateboard and get the maximum out of skateboarding session one needs appropriate footwear. The skateboard shoes are designed to minimize injuries and offer a high level of control to manage the skateboard. The cushioning, waffle patterns, sole, and insole give maximum grip to handle the skateboard. Regular shoes do not offer the feel of the skateboard, unlike the shoes that are specifically designed for skateboarding.
  • Anton Mark
    Published 2 months ago
    In a world where bigger is often better, the world of footwear is still struggling to keep up.

    In a world where bigger is often better, the world of footwear is still struggling to keep up.

    Brothers, Seth and Zac Longaker know all too well just how hard it can be to find shoes when you have big feet (they both wear a size 16) and if you do happen to find a pair, the chances of them being fashionable and coming in anything other than beige or black is almost non-existent.
  • Anna Klaus
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Fun Things about Flip Flops

    5 Fun Things about Flip Flops

    Flip Flops and sandals are footwears that polarise. Some people like them, others can't stand them at all. And anyway, men definately should never wear sandals. No matter how you feel about sandals, one thing is certain: if you wear sandals, you can possibly wear with white socks. Under no circumstances. Seriously.
  • Mi World
    Published 3 months ago
    Move over, low leveled shoes, because chunky shoes and platforms are back in style.

    Move over, low leveled shoes, because chunky shoes and platforms are back in style.

    When I was growing up, I loathed wearing my chunky white sneakers every day to school that my grandparents made me wear. I always wanted to be like all the other kids with the pumped-up kicks (no pun intended) or at least get to wear converse sneakers, but I didn’t own any Chuck Taylor All-Stars, and if I did, they’d be lavender. I mean, who wants to be the kid who stands out and not in a good way where you confidently strut into your classroom and receive applause for having the most bomb outfit.
  • Akshit
    Published 3 months ago
    Handmade Leather Shoes for Men-What Makes them Different

    Handmade Leather Shoes for Men-What Makes them Different

    Handmade leather shoes can be said as the best footwear humans have ever invented. From top grain to suede, handcrafted leather shoes offer a wide range of leather shoes for men to choose from. Be it a formal meeting or a casual date with your lover, genuine handmade leather shoes never disappoint you.
  • Kamaldeep Chandel
    Published 3 months ago
    How Long Will it Take to Break in Running Shoes

    How Long Will it Take to Break in Running Shoes

    It's a known fact that with new shoes, you have to break them in, and for running shoes, it is the same story. There are a series of reasons you have to break in your running shoes, but the main reason is simple; people's feet come in different shapes and sizes, and the material used to make the shoes have to fit their feet in a comfortable way.
  • Sandra López
    Published 4 months ago
    THEN AND NOW: MOCCASIN

    THEN AND NOW: MOCCASIN

    Nowadays we see moccasin everywhere, from runway shows to our local stores. A shoe that has become crucial in the women’s and men’s wardrobe and it’s not a surprise. Moccasins are a shoe that has been present in the human evolution, and here I’m going to share this transition and evolution that the moccasin has suffered through the years and its importance today.
  • Destiny Smalls
    Published 4 months ago
    The Feminine Series PT. 3

    The Feminine Series PT. 3

    Everyone knows the right kind of shoes can make or break an outfit. The wrong shoe can have you looking like a hot mess, but the right shoes can have you looking fabulous all day long. Knowing the right kind of shoe to pair with your outfit is so amazing and so vital to having an amazing outfit day. So, I have decided to help you make every day a great outfit every day by knowing what to wear with the right shoe.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 4 months ago
    Where is my Pair?

    Where is my Pair?

    We use many things in our daily lives that comes in pairs such as a pair of pants, a pair of mittens, a pair of gloves, a pair of shoes and lastly a pair of socks. Now, here is my concern: you wear a pair of mittens and they match, if you left the house with different pairs of mittens it would be weird, people would look at you funny and think "why are they wearing mismatched mittens?" Same would be with a pair of shoes. One would never walk out of the house wearing a boot on one foot and a sneaker on the other right? Reader, I feel like you have been agreeing with me so far on all of these pairs correct? correct. Well, then I have a wondering for you folks out there; why are you okay with wearing mismatched socks? Socks should not be mismatched like all the other items that you put on. I understand the fact that if you put a pair of socks in the wash only one comes out for some bizarre reason. This is where you go raiding your sister's drawers to find your sock, you would do the same if it were mittens would you not? You would be turning your house upside down to find that missing mitten and if you do not find the pair then you go to the store and buy some new gloves. Then, why is it that you do not go to the store to buy new socks, ones that you know, match? instead you are willing to wear two different pairs of socks and walk around like it is okay. Well, here is where my opinion is different most people are okay with walking around their house with their mismatched socks, where as for me it drives me up the wall. I remember one day where I was running late for work and for the life of me I could not find that black sock that matched my other black sock, but I was already frustrated because I was late and I grabbed a different black sock and I could tell it was different by the fabric. The fabric was thin almost the material of tights the other sock on my left foot was thick fabric, almost like winter socks and it felt weird. My feet felt weird the entire shift because my one foot was sweaty and the other foot was perfectly fine. It was the oddest feeling in the world. It is similar to that feeling you have when on a hot day, the only thing that is cold is your stomach and you put your hands on your stomach and you feel your body cool down. It was like that, but it did not feel nice, it felt really weird instead. Socks are created in large company's and they make sure that each sock is exactly the same.
  • Krisna Garcia
    Published 5 months ago
    Style Guide for Women’s Work Shoes

    Style Guide for Women’s Work Shoes

    Shoes can totally make or break an outfit – no one will notice your awesome power suit if you have the wrong shoes on! Plus, comfort is almost just as important as style because you need to be able to survive the whole day in your kicks without dealing with things like blisters, twisted ankles or sore arches. Each office is different, and every woman is different so there is a wide variety of different shoe options that women can wear to work and match with their clothes – but here’s an overall style guide to women’s work shoes: