Goodbye to the heavy black boots of winter and hello to the pretties that are summer shoes!
The past couple of days have been glorious and it has most certainly made me want to venture out of my jeans and into summery dresses a little more. I have a serious addiction when it comes to shoes and love anything that sparkles so what could be better than to combine both of those things and celebrate the start of summer with a gorgeous pair of Vionic Midi Shoes.
Recognised by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). The APMA Seal of Acceptance has been granted to most VIONIC with FMT Technology products, which means it is one of the few footwear brands to have demonstrated ability to promote good foot health.
The upper of the trainer style slip on shoe is printed leather and a snakeskin pattern that looks fabulous in gold, the sole is durable rubber and all Vionic shoes are recommended by Dr Andrew Weil to provide superior orthotic support, relief and stability (which helps realign the feet back to their natural position).
Initially they rubbed at the back of my heels as they do protrude a little but since that first wear they now feel like slippers when worn and I love the fact that they are actually doing me some good instead of fashion shoes that will create more damage in the long run. I can only presume I have damaged my heels from years of wearing ill fitting shoes!
Research supports FMT Technology’s success in reducing over-pronation, which can help relieve associated common aches and pains, such as heel pain (plantar fasciitis), knee pain and lower back pain.
Available in 5 colours and from size 3 to 9 – with half sizes available too which is rare to find and since I am a 5.5 this was a godsend! Usually my shoes either pinch or slip around but these fit perfectly and are super comfortable. Priced at £100 per pair.
Vionic even offer a 30 day wear test just incase you don’t get on with them!
I was sent these for the purpose of this review, all views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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