The right shoes are a great way to complete any outfit. This has led to some pretty impressive shoe collections, but most of us are content with just a few (or a few dozen) pairs. It can be easy to fill your shoe rack to the brim, especially if you are the type to express yourself with the clothes you wear, but is it really worth buying another pair that will only be worn on a few occasions a year?
More important than the actual style of the shoe, however, is the fit and comfort you have when wearing them. Your feet take a beating from supporting the weight of your body over the course of a day. When this happens, even the smallest of discomforts can eventually become excruciatingly painful.
Unfortunately, these problems typically become apparent long after a pair is purchased, but you can avoid buyer's remorse by following these five simple tips.