These days, many of us are wearing house shoes for a large part of the day, and comfortable footwear like sneakers when nipping out for a quick errand or a daily walk. The fashion sites are taking notice, and have been asking podiatrists for tips:
- The 10 most comfortable walking shoes for your daily stroll according to podiatrists.
- Yahoo also rounds up 6 podiatrist-approved shoes to wear at home.
- Many people are raving about the Vionic Gemma slipper, which was designed by a podiatrist for all-day comfort.
- When it comes to sneakers, the Asics Tiger Runner, also comes highly recommended by podiatrists.
- 3 podiatrist-approved house shoes (and 2 that will wreak havoc on your feet).
Fab Links from Our Members
Runcarla thought Aly Art’s video about 12 types of stylists was interesting given recent forum threads on style and the influence of Instagram.
Laura (rhubarbgirl) directs us to this interesting take on green fashion.
Cindysmith thought this article goes hand in hand with a topic that’s being discussed often on YLF these days: how retail is undergoing a sea change.
Christina F. wanted to share this article about how women are fretting about their appearance in the age of Zoom. Beauty double standards are tenacious even during a pandemic…
“Why Minimalist Fashion Has a Privilege Problem.” Vildy says: “I became interested in this after reading a recent lengthy discussion thread about it on reddit/female fashion advice. Minimalist fashion can be seen as lazy and sloppy on fat people. Also, minimalist style is often associated with fashionably ‘healthy’ lifestyles, which many presume don’t include fat people. In the reddit discussion many short muscular women also complained that minimalist style on them can look sloppy and dragged down. As a short but not delicately petite person, I can relate to that.”