A new season is coming and I’m really excited. I love summer but the fall is my favorite season. The leaves turn colors, yummy scents come out of my kitchen and warmer clothes fill my wardrobe. But keeping up with the latest fashions is easy, looking good and feeling comfortable in my outfit is the hard part.
As a working mom, dressing the part is tough when it comes to wearing high heels. I’ve got to be honest, I don’t believe in the old saying that beauty is pain. It doesn’t have to hurt too look good in a pair of high heels or even stiletto heels. High heeled shoes aren’t just sexy, they’re the most important accessory to your finished look. Foot Petals, the brand known for their fabulous and fashionable shoe inserts and shoe cushions, adds comfort to any of your fall shoes.
Foot Petals can add comfort to your fall show wardrobe with the following products:
Transition from summer to fall:
Apply Stiletto Shieldz, launched by Foot Petals in May, to the outside of stiletto heels to prevent scuffs and nicks.
Pointy shoes are making a comeback this fall.
High heels are chic but wearing them can lead to cramped toes or even blisters. That’s when Foot Petals Pressure Pointz shoe cushions can save the day for women in stiletto heels!
· Pressure Pointz are small shoe cushions that women in high heels can stick in a specific spot of their shoes to create a defense layer between their shoe and skin.
· Foot Petals Killer Kushionz will also help keep your foot in place so it doesn’t slide forward, preventing toe cramping while wearing your pointy toed shoes.
· Love to wear flats or loafers? Heavenly Heelz shoe cushions are a great product for any shoe that is a bit too big or cuts the back of your heel. Simply apply to the inside back of your shoe to keep your foot comfortably in place.
Women in high heels can walk tall in comfort with Foot Petals. Foot Petals aren’t your average show inserts. These shoe cushions are made for the modern woman. They give you maximum comfort so you can enjoy every minute of your day without worrying about foot discomfort.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by SingleEdition Media along with Foot Petals however, all opinions are my own.