How to Shop for Shoes Online

There are several advantages of online shopping. If you enjoy shopping for shoes but but are currently faced with a lockdown that has seen all non essential shops closed, you can enjoy the benefits of online stores that are always open. Regardless of where you are or what time it is, you will have access to a wide selection of shoes that you can view and buy.

Choose a Shop

To successfully complete a shoe purchase, you need to make sure that visit a reputable shop. Maximize on the shopping experience by choosing online stores that have a reputation for being dependable and stocking quality products.

As you prepare to start shopping, take some time to look at the return policy of the online store. This will enable you to know what your options are in case you need to return or exchange shoes. Whenever you buy shoes and clothing online you need to be assured that the company will be willing to respond when you need clarification or help. Use secure services whenever you make purchases.

Look at Different Shoes Online

The images of different shoes are displayed on the site to enable you to view and enlarge what you are viewing. The best sites provide clear images that allow you to see the shoes and evaluate potential purchases.

Images are ideally accompanies by product descriptions that provide pertinent information such as prices, sizes and materials. If you need clarification regarding aspects such as materials and colours, you can contact customer service to let you know what is available.

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Measurements

With online shopping, you will not try on the shoe first. This is why it is essential for you to know your foot size and be aware of the size that fits you comfortably. You can get accurate foot measurements with help from online resources to ensure that you find out your correct size. Since sizing may differ with different brands and companies, use the sizing chart of the particular company to guide you.

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Choose Quality Shoes

When choosing new shoes you should think about the fabric of the shoe and how this will affect the longevity. Good quality leather shoes can last for years as they can be re heeled and resoled if need be, and this is definitely something worth doing if you have opted for an expensive, or a designer pair of shoes. This also applies to trainers and sports shoes, which are some of the most important footwear you will own. Keep a reputable cobbler on hand for shoe repairs. and for your trainers look to a shoe repairer like Jordan shoe repair will be able to keep your sports shoes in tip top condition for years to come.

Type of Shoes

Make a choice regarding the type of shoes that you want to purchase. Factors such as trends, fashion, style and comfort are used to determine the kinds of shoes that are most ideal. When you know the type of shoe you want, you can narrow down your search for shoes.

Customer Reviews

After identifying shoes that you like, you can go through customer reviews to get insight into the quality and style of the products being offered. When you are happy with the choice that you have made, you can proceed to purchase the shoes.

Try Different Shoes

If you want to buy shoes from a certain brand that you have not tried before, you can begin with a single order. This will give you the chance to try out the product and when you are satisfied with your purchase, you can continue you shopping for more. Try on your shoes to determine how comfortable they are as well as how they fit. Browse through the site for different types of shoes and take your time to find shoes that are not only stylish, but comfortable as well.

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Sunglasses Review: MessyWeekend Copenhagen

At times this week it felt like Summer with lots of glorious sunshine and warm sunny days. I went for a daily walk with my boys, and grabbed my current favourite sunnies, which come from Danish brand MessyWeekend Copenhagen. MessyWeekend are a brand leader in cool handcrafted sunglasses and ski goggles, but also give something back in support of our planet,  For every pair of MessyWeekends sold, they donate to clean 2 kg of plastic waste out of our oceans.

I love the ethos behind the brand, and the cool, almost minimalist Scandinavian design of their sunglasses.

The pair I have been wearing are the New Depp in the champagne colourway. The New Dapp are a pair of classic, round, handcrafted acetate sunglasses. The slightly greenish lenses offer full UV400 protection and are a perfect combination with the transparent frame that gives you a very fresh and modern look. This design is surprisingly light and easy to wear because of this, you can wear them all day without them feeling uncomfortable or rubbing on the nose, as some glasses can do.

The champagne colour of the frame gives them a really stylish, but also a neutral look which means you can wear them with a whole host of colours and outfits and they will look great. I also love the slightly tinted frames which are not so dark that you can’t see anything, but do keep out the glare of the sun, making them good for driving in too.

The sunglasses come beautifully boxed in a trademark MessyWeekend slider box, and also have a drawstring bag which is perfect for storing the glasses in your bag when you are not wearing them to avoid the lens’s getting scratched.

I love the colour of the champagne glasses as I think it suits my hair and skin tone, but the glasses also come in other shades of frame, including tortoise, which is a more traditional animal style print, and crystal brown, which combines a darker lens with a grey white frame, so if you like this style of glasses but not necessarily this colour, you can check out the full range here.

 

A few holiday Essentials

As we reach the end of February, our thoughts are finally turning to Summer days. Many of us have already booked our Summer holidays and are starting to list what we need. Holiday season is just around the corner, and with half term this week, people have already started jetting off to enjoy some much needed sunshine. But it is no secret that holidays, as well as being a time for fun, relaxation and excitement, are also a time that can prove to be very expensive. Travel money, holiday wardrobes, travel insurance, new luggage, all of these things can add up and make even the most budget of holidays rather more expensive than you may have budgeted for.

So this post is about planning ahead, not leaving all that shopping for holiday essentials until the last minute. A few bargain buys will update your holiday wardrobe without breaking the bank. Don’t forget to check out your local supermarket brands for bargains, Morrisons have an adult range as part of the Nutmeg range, whilst some branches of Poundland are stocking the budget brand Pep and Co in their stores. There are also a couple of ideas for must have items, investment pieces that you will be able to use year upon year.

Swimming Watches

If your holiday is one of water adventures, then it could be worth investing in a swimming watch. Swimming watches for women are stylish and durable, and are great if you want to indulge in scuba diving, swimming, water skiing, or any other kind of watery activity. These days a waterproof watch doesn’t have to be bulky or manly, it can actually have a sleek and stylish design.

A Maxi Dress

A maxi dress is perfect for evening drinks or daytime sightseeing. it can also double up as a pool coverup, or you could add a denim jacket and it will be great to travel home in. Choose a pretty pattern for extra style points.

Sandals

A cool pair of espadrilles will work for holidays and festivals alike. Add in a metallic touch, and you have a shoe that is stylish and versatile. Try to choose a pair that will work with most of your outfits so you can cut down on the packing.

Beach Cover Up

A beach cover up can look so much  chicer than a sarong, and this black dress has an interesting back detail. This means that it would also work for drinks after dark, just add a pair of statement earrings for an evening look.

A Hat

Protect your head with the coolest cover up around – it has to be a Fedora. You could travel in this to help it keep its shape, or pack your undies into it to avoid it being flattened in the suitcase.

 

A versatile Bag

Boho prints are another holiday fave. I love the pink accents in this tote bag, it looks like it has come straight from Talitha Getty’s 1960s Marrakesh wardrobe. This sort of bag would work for the beach, or for sightseeing.