If you travel all around the world like I do, you know how hard it is to find comfy shoes that look elegant! That's why I was so happy to be hosted to experience Aerosoles!
Here's a good story about needing comfortable, professional shoes while traveling:
Last year, I went to a international travel writers' convention in Stuttgart, Germany. If you've never been there, let me tell you: that is a conservatively dressed bunch. No ironic tees under a blazer, no funky vintage dresses, no Carrie/Sex in the City looks, no Lena Dunham dressed like a hot mess for publishing gigs. The going vibe is pretty much the look I wore interviewing to be a military officer. So, I took my heels. Racing around the convention center -- we were given just a few minutes to get to each appointment, some clear across the floor -- I was dying in my high heels. Dying! You couldn't pull the wedding-style hold your shoes in your hands thing, either, going, "Oh, I'm so over these shoes." I had to just take it, feeling blisters form and burst, blood moistening pantyhose. Miserable!
Fortunately going foward, Aerosoles has really upped the sophistication of their comfortable designs. I tried one, Beckon, that's a doppleganger for that French designer. I don't wanna give the late-her any pr, but that patent capped toe spectator ballerina flat shoe has been in style for over 50 years! Aerosoles has done a design trompe l'oeil, too: a rubber sole has been cut to look like leather. I would feel comfortable wearing these on a boat! I do get invited on boats and never had quite the right shoe for a party.
Here's what they say about it:
· Scored Sole – Offers the ultimate flexibility and superior support.
· Heel Rest Design – Distributes weight towards your heel and away from the ball of the foot, resulting in superior comfort.
· Diamond Flex Sole – Engineered for maximum comfort flexibility by absorbing impact and dispersing friction with every step.
· Stitch N Turn – Creates the MOST flexible and comfortable shoes possible; with no break-in time required.
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