Last week you got to see these gorgeous kicks and how I styled them for a day shooting and browsing in Soho. I have been wearing them quite a bit and last week I wore them three out of five working days. They are super comfortable with plenty of padding for shock absorption—something that is often missing in a lot of summer flats. I can’t even tell you how many pairs of summer sandals I got rid of due to a complete lack of any kind of shock absorbers. It was like I was more or less walking directly on the pavement, and this caused not only discomfort to my feet but to my legs and knees as well. Many of these summer flats and sandals were super cute and looked lovely on my feet but if I was going to do a lot of walking? Nope they did not cut it as they say.
I think many of these types of shoes are designed for people that live in car centric places—where one does minimal walking, and is more or less always behind the wheel of a car or a desk. But for people that live in cities like NY where one does a fair amount of walking then shoes have to not only look good—they also have to offer comfort and support.
So yes I can breath freely knowing I am quite the on trend fashionista
That is what I love about these shoes from COS. They are super on trend and in fact when Andrea and I were shooting in Soho we walked past a couple of high end retailers with shoes in the window that looked suspiciously like the ones I was wearing. She even noted how similar one pair was a when we passed by a particular high end shop. So yes I can breath freely knowing I am quite the on trend fashionista. But I only paid $125.00 for mine—no not the cheapest, but also not the most expensive. So if you are looking for a comfortable, fashion forward walking sandal at a relatively affordable price head on over to COS.com. But hurry, they are already just about sold out in the stores, so it is just a matter of time before they are sold out online as well.