While some are very meticulous in buying shoes, there is a bigger percentage with those who buy shoes as they see them in the stores. For as long as they fit (sometimes we even disregard the comfort) and they are stylish, we buy them. Unlike other shoppers, I go for comfort. I seldom buy shoes. Actually, if you are to inspect my shoe cabinet, you will see that I only have a few pairs. However, I take care in buying footwear. It doesn’t matter that they are expensive for as long as my walkers are comfortable and the shoes will last a long time, I buy them.
I prefer Handmade shoes. My feet are a little wider and even though there are shoes made available for wide width feet, I have never experienced having blisters and achy feet with a delicately crafted shoes. They are a little expensive sure, but these shoes are carefully made and designed by a real craftsman and not by a machine. The first time I’ve worn handmade shoes, I noticed a big difference, the comfort; beauty and style are incomparable.
Only quality materials are used in making these shoes so don’t be surprised that they cost more than the shoes you find in the stores. I also like that they only make a few of each design. You’ll never be afraid that you’re attending a formal function and the girl beside you is wearing the same design as yours.
Go for handmade and you’d never want to wear off the shelf shoes again if you have tried a good pair of handmade shoes.I am participating in a blogger campaign by Bucks2Blog for handmade shoes and was compensated. However, the views and opinions are my own.