I am back as a working mom. And nothing beats comfortable shoes to keep pace with my busy schedule.
My post requires me to meet with clients often, thus, a comfortable pair of shoes is a must. Stylishly beautiful is yet another requirement.
I bought this Nine West two-inch closed toe shoes (P6650) at Gateway. It looks great with my dresses. It looks fabulous even with my slacks. Unfortunately, it hurts my feet.
A resolution I thought of was buying a self-adhesive pad and toe tubes I once saw at SM Marikina. The product’s name is Gel Smart.
I like its toe tubes (around P299) because it is comfortable, flexible, and transparent. It provides the protection my pinky toes need.
Its self-adhesive gel dots (between P350 – P450) that can be taped at one’s Achilles tendon is soft. It perfectly hinders my shoes from rubbing my feet and irritating them eventually. It has a weak adhesive, though, thus I applied a mighty bond to permanently stick the gel pad on my shoes.
After sometime, though, my pinky toes would hurt again. The toe tubes have the tendency to slide after long hours of use. Luckily, I received a blessing from husband that I buy a new pair of shoes.
Here is my new three-inch Wade sandals (P999). It pampers my feet.
What I need now is a pedicure.