The Foot Heel-er | Dr. Scholl's for Her High Heel Insoles Review

By | 8/07/2013 2 comments
Meet Giselle, the minty and oh so amazing dazzler. 
The other day I was having a conversation with college professors, about shoes. I'm totally not a shoe girl, but I swear I'm getting there! Due to my height (5' 6") I tend to not bulk up on the latest feet fetish, which in my case heels. It doesn't matter what they are, but if they make me least 4 inches taller I usually do not make a purchase. To sum it up, I wish my Mister was taller so that I could be the girl with lots of shoes and not vice versa {insert tears & pouts here}.

Not too long ago, I was sent some shoes from Sole Society and as beautiful as they are one pair was not as comfortable as the other. Lucky me though, I had a pair of Dr. Scholl's for Her High Heel Insoles awaiting in box somewhere.

So before, this lovely pair of heels made my feet hurt like the devil's house. It needed more cushioning towards my toes, which took the most impact while I was strutting these babies. After placing the insoles in, the pain went from extreme to medium. The insoles made it bearable to keep the feet fashion forward yet kept my toes snug. I'm happy to say, it made a slight difference but the impact isn't extreme.


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Disclaimer: This item was sent for review. All opinions are my own. This post is not sponsored

2 comments: Leave Your Comments

  1. I just don't believe in heels anymore....too much potential for bunions, etc, etc. Not worth it.

    Sophisticated Lace

  2. love this shoes!! Sandals from Pull and bier sale model of summer 2012. There are in winter sale sometime interesting things