DIY – Create Some More Room In Those Tight Shoes

DIY – Create Some More Room In Those Tight Shoes

I recently copped these Dorothy Perkins Laser Cut Pumps in a nude color and i had been super excited about wearing them. Fast forward to Church the following Sunday, i had not taken more than a few steps and they started to bite, i mean bite really hard. Half way into the service, they were off so i could wiggle my toes. Tight shoes can be a mess. A few years ago, that would have been the last time i’d wear them, but because i have been forced to give out many shoes i love, i knew i had to find a solution. Those shoes were a size 8, there’s no way i would not be able to wear them. So i put some hacks i had learned to use, which i should have done prior to that. In 5 easy ways, here’s how to get more room in those snug shoes you’re not ready to let go of. It could be they came a half size small or you’re dealing with pregnancy feet. The best thing to do most times is to wear them around the house with a thick pair of socks the day you get them. Yup, make your living room your run way and strut in those babies for more than a few minutes. Do that a few times everyday till you actually get to wear them out. But for more effective stretching methods, try any of these or a combination. STRETCH THEM IN A FREEZER: Yep you read that right, it’s just basic science. All you need to do is fill a ziploc bag...
Did You Know??? – 5 Tips and Tricks You Would Certainly Need!!!

Did You Know??? – 5 Tips and Tricks You Would Certainly Need!!!

It’s one thing to finally be able to buy those shoes you have been longing for, be it luxury or a steal. The fact that you’ve had to part with money, you want to make the most of it, right? In the past, I used to buy shoes just because, sometimes I don’t even consider the comfort. I see it, I like it, I can afford it, then it’s mine. Simple! Then I find out I can’t wear them after the first try because they are simply not comfortable. Now with more responsibility and other things to use money for, i’m a lot more careful. If I end up with an uncomfortable pair of shoes, I find a way to make it work for me. Today, I want to share with you 5 of the tricks I’ve learned over time to make uncomfortable shoes become comfortable. Let’s tackle the problem from the point of purchase. I read a long time ago that your feet tend to swell at noon as opposed to when you wake up in the morning. From paying attention, it is actually true. So Tip 1, shop for shoes in the afternoon when your feet are at their actual size. This way, you’re more certain of the fit. I suffer from sweaty feet especially when I wear closed toe shoes. That can be a really messy situation. But who made the rule that panty liners can only be used to line your panties. Pick up that panty liner and slide them into your shoes, wipe your feet dry, apply some baby powder underneath and be on your...