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Tips In Alleviating The Discomfort Of Wearing Ill-Fitting Wedding Shoes

Posted December 21, 2011 by in Articles | No comments yet

One of the most tasks aspects in making your wedding day the best day of your life is wearing the right kind of wedding shoes. By “right,” we mean a comfortable feel aside from a great design. But what if, after breaking in, your shoes remain somewhat uncomfortable. Your wedding is only a few days away, and you don’t have enough time to return the footwear or buy a new pair? What should you do?

Problem: The material is too stiff or rough.
Solution: Simply get used wearing them. Sometimes, this is just the effect of the shoes conforming to your feet’s shape and form. Another way to make them softer is to gently flex the shoe, especially the toe and heel area.

Problem: Your heel keeps slipping off the shoe.
Solution: Sometimes, the size of the shoes may be correct but the footwear’s back just won’t fit your heel. In some cases, the slipping may be so extreme that the shoe painfully chaffs the flesh of your heel. Both these problems can be solved by adding cushions or pads to the back of the shoe.

Problem: Your shoe keeps on slipping every time you walk.
Solution: This problem probably stems from the sole with insufficient traction. While you can rough up the sole a little bit by rubbing sandpaper, a better way is to bring your shoes to the cobbler and have him attach rubber soles. In addition to providing traction, rubber soles can be easily replaced when they wear out.

Problem: There is immense pressure at the balls of your feet.
Solution: High-heeled shoes can exert a lot of pressure on the balls of your feet. Alleviate the pain by adding padded insoles to absorb the shock.

Problem: Your feet suffer from blisters and raw skin.
Solution: Rub your feet with petroleum jelly to minimize chaffing.

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