Have you ever purchased shoes that you thought fit right in the store, but then when you got home, they felt too tight or hurt your feet?
As a foot doctor and shoe expert, I've been asked by many people if more expensive shoes are better than cheaper versions. Well, sometimes, but not always.
It depends on several factors, including the materials used, talented designers, manufacturing costs, research efforts, etc. The main idea is quality. A good quality shoe is usually more expensive and usually more comfortable and therefore "better." But sometimes you are paying extra just for the name brand.
Have any of you seen Dr. Oz's segment titled "How to Find the Best Shoe for You" ? He does a great job of explaining differences in foot types: high arch, normal foot, flat foot. He also goes on to explain how each of these foot types require different features in shoes, how these differing foot types can cause foot problems later in life, and when these foot types with their associated problems may require a…
Featured in the November 26, 2012 shoe show issue of Footwear News. Written by Barbara Schneider-Levy
To my readers, fans, and friends, I am writing this post to let you know that I am back to blogging and keeping you updated about 34 Minutes shoes. I have been busy behind the scenes working with factories, technicians, designers, web masters, photographers, advertising execs, writers, editors, consultants, PR representatives, stylists, and all of the other people who help to get a new brand up and running.
Now that we are up and running with our new styles coming to a store near you very shortly (and even some online stores too!), I will be posting updates of new styles, new collections, tradeshows, exhibits, sales, speaking engangements, trunk shows, etc.
For example, here is a sneak peek of one of our new styles, The Venus
Dr. Michele, Co-Founder and Chief Designer