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The first step in finding the right pair of shoes may surely begin with falling in love with the design, but then, a whole bunch of requirements are needed to make sure it’s the absolute right one.
We have all purchased that beautiful shoe the in the most perfect colour that very quickly turns into a very sore reminder that a beautiful pair of uncomfortable shoes will always remain as such. It will unfortunately gradually collect dust in the back of your shoe closet because the pain is never worth the look.
This can very easily be avoided, and although you might have that perfect looking pump right there in your hands, it is difficult to admit that the smartest option MIGHT be to put it back on the store shelf right where it was, and continue your search for finding the right shoe specifically FOR YOU.
How to avoid a terrible shoe purchase decision? Here are 10 tips for finding the right shoe:
There is no perfect shoe for every foot. Because each person’s foot is so anatomically different (even your own left and right feet might need a different fit), one brand may fit perfectly for one person and horribly for another. That doesn’t mean that the one brand is better than the other, just that the moulds used are closer in shape to the anatomy of the foot that feels comfortable in it.
At the Rana Cheikha brand, the aesthetic of the shoe is primary in the initial phase of design. But form and function soon follow and are quickly incorporated into design decisions to make sure that the shoe is wearable and sturdy. Tweaks are also always made throughout the sampling process to make sure that fit and comfort are just as great as the look.
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Well, in a nutshell, shoes are an incredible product. They have history and function, they are a product of design with a need of technical know-how in construction and form. They art an art and a nod to objects of artisanal creation. Stereotypes may place women as being obsessive over shoes, but in reality, this obsession is just as present in men as it is in women. It has become quite obvious that men too can be just as passionate and enthusiastic about them.
You don’t need to have a plethora of clothes in your closet to feel like you have enough to create a wide range of outfits. A good selection of staple pieces can give you enough styling versatility and remain relevant over time. Shoes are a great accessory that you can use alongside a few classic clothing options to take you through the seasons in a stylish breeze. Although I would usually advocate to wear what you want to and feel good in at all times, there are a few Do’s and Don’ts that are quite helpful to consider while picking out shoes for your outfits. These can help make decisions faster and, to some extent, less painful too!