So many beautiful shoes and so many ways to go wrong with them… Be it tired, sore feet or blisters, many of the issues can be avoided with a bit of preparation. Here are Heelosophy’s favourite tips and tricks on how to wear you high heels better.
“You must obviously understand that, when a woman comes to see you, it’s not to buy a simple pump. She wants something specific, something like a sculpture, something that stands out.” – Alessandra Lanvin, Aperlai
Here’s the second part of up-and-coming shoe designs we just love…
Shoe trends are constantly evolving, but fashion scene is still often dominated by familiar brand names. It’s not easy for the new(ish) designers to find their way to the top with the gorgeous footwear created. However, a good bunch of up-and-coming names are about to step into the spotlight. Here are some exciting, though less familiar, shoe designers we’ve got our eyes on.
“Women can never have too many shoes and men will never understand why” – Susan Gale
Here at Heelosphy we’re sure that all of the shoes we own serve a unique purpose – we rely on them for more than just walking around. Here are seven pairs of shoes that are the must-have essentials in your closet before you move to the nice-to-have shoe selection.
On the occasion of the April Fool’s Day, we wanted to go on a lighter note and decided to make a list of our favourite shoe songs. You know, “These Boots Are Made For Walking” and “Blue Suede Shoes”… Then we realised there are hundreds of these lists already published featuring same songs over and over again. So we decided we’ll make a list of songs that have heels in it.
We’re so excited to kick off this spring with our brand-new blog posts filled with many of our favorite things – namely heels, fashion, innovation, tech, trends and health.
In the spirit of starting on the right foot, we share our beloved shoe styles what we’ll be rocking this Spring/ Summer 2015.
Dictionary – well-heeled
The expression “well-heeled” stands for being well provided for. Most times it refers to money and wealth, but used in slang it could also mean armory.