Mules Rule! The Perfect Footwear This Season

Of course we all know that women love shoes… er, correction: are obsessed with shoes. How can we even resist those sexy stilettos and timeless pumps and those chic strappy sandals and cute ballet flats, right, ladies? With all these irresistible shoes, you’d think that these styles are enough, right? At first I thought, together with the comfy sneakers and the ever trusty wedges, I’d be contented with these styles. Well, I’ve been wrong before and I’m certainly wrong again this time because, well, mules came along.

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Flats: Not A Backup For Heels Anymore

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We all certainly love those killer stilettos. And why not, high heels have long been a symbol of sophistication. Honestly,  if I can, I would rock them everywhere and everyday. But the thing is, I can’t. You see, killer stilettos may be glam, but they’re also a killer when it comes to our health. How? Well, wearing high heels too much can cause a simple damaged toe nails to a much serious muscle pain and spasms. Even if you’re not feeling anything yet, you could easily develop bone deformities and other problems such as bunions and osteoarthritis. Scary, right? That’s why many women (including myself) bring an extra shoe to work as a backup in case our feet hurt. And that “backup shoe” is usually the simple but very comfy flats.

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Shoe Designer Profile: Christian Louboutin

Daisy Ridley, Zoe Saldana, Margot Robbie, Diane Kruger, Amy Adams, Rihanna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyonce’, and a lot more. What do these A-listers have in common besides, of course, being famously gorgeous? Yup, they’ve lusted over Christian Louboutin shoes. But even these aforementioned celebrities who we often see in a pair of Louboutins wouldn’t compare to these three Louboutin fanatics—Sarah Jessica Parker, Victoria Beckham, and Blake Lively. In fact, Blake Lively wear the designer shoes so much, Christian Louboutin himself named a shoe after her. Blake would’ve been thrilled! Who wouldn’t really?

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