If you are someone who spends most of your time standing, because of the nature of your job, you need to consider a pair of shoes that are comfortable for your job. Standing for too long might cause you to have severe foot pain and in some cases a chronic condition such as plantar fasciitis. You need to find a good pair of shoes to enable you to stay on your feet all day. This will help you prevent feet and back health problems.
Crocs are one of the ugliest shoes in the world and yet they get a comfortably cute makeover, providing an updated style and comfort that they offer with their new Crocs Spring 2011 line.
The new Crocs Spring 2011 line offers many different styles, such as a flat shoe made with a jelly-like material and breathable holes, or a strappy sandal, made of the same jelly-like material but with the classic foam sole.
Brazilian designer Andreia Chavez has made this marvelous pair of invisible shoes "mirror-covered shoes that, by reflecting the ground around them, look like you’re seeing through them to the ground behind."
This shoe is basically a wedge of mirrors, which appear as though they would pinch and slice the sides of your feet like a blade of a shaver.
It all began in July 2002 when the plan to flood the world with ugly shoes come in the heads of three friends from Boulder, Colorado.
Born in 2002, the shoe was initially intended as footwear for boating, with its nonslip tread and waterproof tendencies. The first model produced by Crocs, the Crocs Beach, was unveiled in 2002 at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show, and sold out the 200 pairs produced at that time.
After the luxury lingerie brand La Perla presented earlier this month cashmere tights for 120 pounds, the U.S. fashion label Rodarte created the most expensive socks in the world that will sell for $500.
The unsightly multicolour socks, available to buy at New York store Opening eremony, won't even keep you warm this winter, as they are full of holes.
With the global financial crisis still in full swing, luxuries have taken
a back seat. People are afraid to splash out on non-essentials, but we’re here
to show you it is possible to have a little luxury even when times are lean.
Feet work hard all day, transporting you from place to place and they deserve a bit of pampering from time to time. So here are some tip tops to get the perfect pedicure, which won’t break the bank.
Preparing the feet is essential, so use a foot file or pumice stone to get rid of dead skin before removing any old nail varnish and soaking toes in warm water for 5-10 minutes.