Many mothers are concerned that the shoes, called Pee Wee Pumps — and the boudoir scenes in which they’re showcased — contribute to the sexualization of babies.
We are all eagerly awaiting signs of spring to start updating our shoe wardrobe. From mules, slingbacks and slides, this season there is a style for everyone. The latest shoe trends boast stunning details, including embroidery, bold prints and fluffiness, which are all pretty hard to resist.
A victim, a detective and a shoe-centric murder. It could only be the backstory to Charlotte Olympia’s AW17 collection.
Some are calling Colton a ‘genius’ for this shoe-tying hack. If your child has ever had trouble tying shoelaces, then 5-year-old Colton Lillard might have the most clever shoe-tying hack you’ve ever seen. Colton’s mom Ashley posted a Facebook video of her son demoing an easy “new” way to tie shoes.
The fact is we all can't resist purchasing a new pair of sparkly shoes for party season. The latest heels covered in glitter, fluff and velvet are even more beautiful than usual. However, we all know they often come with a larger price tag than we would like. Well, not anymore.
As much as we’ve all tried to ‘party proof’ our feet over the years, the only solution thus far has been to permanently carry around a pair of unsightly roll-up flats and changing shoes on the tube – hey, we’ve all been there. Well, that’s not going to happen this year. We’ve discovered a complete shoe game changer, that doesn’t actually require changing shoes… Meet Tanya Heath’s removable heels that can go from an uber chic pair of stilettos to comfy flats in seconds. How you ask? Simply slide the heel off and then clip it back on when you’re ready (que heavenly choir sound effect). ...
Luxury fashion brand Acne Studios is in trouble for allegedly copying a charity’s shoe design. The charity The Shoe That Grows was founded in 2008 by Kenton Lee, who noticed during his time working at an Kenyan orphanage that the children quickly outgrew their shoes without being provided with new ones.
Ballet pumps and open toe stilettos just won't cut it in the colder months. Plus, as much as we love our trusty ankle boots sometimes they're just not right. Loafers, brogues and chunky heels are the way forward this season. These smart shoes are perfect for the office, even on a rainy day.
If there is one thing we all can’t resist this time of year it’s a new pair of boots. This season we are really spoiled for choice as we can choose from embroidered, velvet, patent, the options are endless. So, whether you are searching for new flat ankle boots, thigh boots or anything else in between. We’ve found all the ones bound to take your shoe-game up a notch, and they’re all under £50 - what a BOOTylicious bargain
Every year we love ankle boots more and more. They are now a must-have in our wardrobe, especially when the weather gets a little chillier. We mean, what’s not to love about ankle booties? They are flattering, uber stylish and most importantly, very versatile.
Speaking to Mail Online about finding your optimum heel height, Emma explained that all you need is a chair, pencil, tape measure and a willing friend. “If your foot sits naturally at a right angle to your outstretched leg and does not dangle, then you have less mobility in the talus and will be more comfortable in flat shoes than in high heels.
Vans never fails to impress us with its pop-culture-inspired clothing. From Nintendo shoes to Hello Kitty and Star Wars trainers, they know what this whole ‘themed’ thing is all about. And their Toy Story launch could be the best yet. From Buzz Lightyear purple green and white trainers to alien backpacks, we’re longing for an excuse to buy it all.
The moment we saw avid heel wearer Victoria Beckham ditch her sky-scraper Louboutin’s for a pair of Stan Smiths we knew the days of stiletto’s were over. Although we have seen our shoe closet slowly fill up with Nike Rosche, Adidas Superstar’s and New Balance. We are still quite taken aback by new research that proves for the first time ever women have been buying more trainers than heels. This is the first year that heels have taken such as a tumble as in 2015 heels and trainers tied at 35%.