Schutz Shoes: The Shoes That Will Literally Save Your Feet

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The title of this post is no joke. I literally wore these shoes for most of fashion month and they never let me down! I wish I could say the same for the other 12 pairs I brought with me… lessons learned!

These Schutz boots I’m featuring in today’s post are actually calledHappy and I’m pretty sure there’s a reason for that. They make your feet HAPPY! I was able to wear them for 16 hour days through fashion month, walking from one end of a city to the next without wanting to keel over and die. The first day with them was a little rougher than the rest because I hadn’t given myself a chance to break them in, but by day two it was smooth sailing and the rest of the month was a breeze.

If you’re looking for evidence, check out my Instagram feed. You’ll see that I’m wearing them in a majority of my posts throughout Europe because I just couldn’t help myself. Since I’ve been back, I have worn them almost as much as I did while I was away. (See post here  for more evidence). They have been the perfect addition to almost every look I have worn in the last month, which means I should probably consider getting them in other colours simply for the sake of adding more variety into my life!

Anywho, onto the really important stuff. I wore this particular look during London Fashion Week on the only slow day we had while we were there. Poor Cristina had to stand in the street as double-deckers went by just to get these shots. The dress I wore was from Aritzia way back in the day and I matched it with one of my new favourite vests that was under $20! As you can see, the boots bring the whole look together and make it look much more chic than you would expect for such a casual look.

Unfortunately, they don’t seem to be available in the suede anymore, but the black patent ones are just as chic. Check them out at Schutz-Shoes.com and find out how you can become a #Schutzlover

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