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Looking for the best silver strappy flat sandals, silver strappy rhinestone flat sandals, bamboo firework 92 silver, snake strappy flat gladiator sandals, and silver strappy flat sandals for wedding to buy? Shoes are perhaps the most fun accessory to play around with. They can change the vibe of an entire outfit, making it look more put together and fancy, or keeping it more casual and low-key. They can add a burst of color, make you look more mature, or give your look a quirky, fun feel. Whenever I want to try something more bold and out there, I opt for cool shoes. They’re less intimidating than a full outfit, yet they always manage to stand out. And at the moment, I’ve been dying for a pair of metallic silver shoes. Why? I don’t know. I just think they look cool and fun and a little different, and they’re also something I normally wouldn’t wear. I’ve been going back and forth wondering if I should purchase these metallic silver Nikes for a few weeks now, and actually, this post made me almost purchase a pair of silver Oxfords. 

The only question? How do you wear metallic silver shoes? The first thing that comes to my mind is pairing them with basic neutrals, like black or white or gray, but that seems like it might get boring after a while. Of course, there’s no wrong way to wear metallic kicks, but there’s no harm in getting a little style inspiration. So that’s what I did, and honestly, it was awesome. I now realize that these shoes are much more versatile than I originally thought, and they actually do make any outfit instantly more fun. If you want to try playing around with your personal style for the new year, I highly recommend doing it with these. Here are a few style tips on how to wear metallic silver shoes that will have you ordering a pair ASAP. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

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Comfort Heels That Won’t Wreck Your Feet


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Podiatrists weigh in on the high heel habits that could be hurting your health and how to choose better-for-you soles. By ANTHEA LEVI and KATHLEEN FELTON November 06, 2019

Women and high heels have long been in a love-hate relationship—and for good reason. Though stilettos elongate your legs and accentuate your shapely calves, they’re also killer on the feet. But what if an evening spent in heels didn’t have to end in swelling and blisters? We asked four podiatrists to share their top tips for choosing better-for-you shoes.

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“My philosophy is that wearing shoes is like dieting,” says New York City-based podiatrist Hillary Brenner. “When we diet, we count calories. When we wear shoes, we count the hours we wear them. Don’t wear heels for more than two hours at a time if you’re standing or walking in them.”

Howard Osterman, a Washington, DC-based podiatrist, adds that shoppers should look for shoes with cushioned forefoots, and always make sure there is a platform if the heel height exceeds three inches.

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According to New York City-based podiatrist Emily Splichal, it’s not only about the heel. It’s important how you treat your feet post-wear, too: “Focus on stiletto recovery after a day or night in heels,” Dr. Splichal says. She rolling feet on a golf ball, stretching the calves, and spreading the toes with products like Correct Toes or Yoga Toes. “Even the healthiest heels are still stressful to the foot and body, so recovery is one of the most important secrets to being able to wear heels pain-free.”

Wondering what other heel habits could be hurting your health? Read on for expert tips and foot-friendly options for every style.

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This post was originally published on January 20, 2017 and has been updated for accuracy.

1Pikolinos Gandia Lace-Up Pump


New York City-based podiatrist Jacqueline Sutera encourages women to wear “commuter shoes” so they’re not pounding the pavement in not-so-comfy soles all day. “Change into your heels at the event or party,” she advises. Try choosing strappy but sensible pumps like these that are appropriate for work, a dressed up brunch, or even happy hour. The versatile heel also comes with a cushioned footbed, so your feet can feel at ease at any type of event.available at $170SHOP NOW

2Söfft Ophia Sandal


When it comes to your wedges, wood isn’t ideal. Dr. Brenner advises that women choose a shoe made from cork or raffia instead, so the base is cushy, not killer. Plus, “heels should preferably have straps, which stabilize the ankle,” she says. Opt for ankle straps so you don’t teeter while you’re trekking it. This sandal has the look of a trendy wood sole, but it’s made of softer synthetic materials.available at $110SHOP NOW

3Calvin Klein Genoveva


Looking for a new take on your basic ballet flat? These low pumps are perfect for spring and summer, thanks to their pink patent-leather upper. Plus, at a height of just 1 1/2 inches, the shoes meet our podiatrists’ standards: “Try to keep heel height three inches and below,” says Dr. Splichal. “For every inch over three, the stress to the foot and body dramatically increases.” available at $109SHOP NOW

4Aerosoles Shore Thing


“Shoes without forefoot stability irritate nerves at the base of the toes and create pain in the ball of the foot,” Dr. Osterman explains. Thankfully these pumps are constructed with Heel Rest technology that distributes body weight towards your heel, so the ball of your foot bears less of the burden. Talk about high (heel) tech. available at $69SHOP NOW

5UGG Valencia Peep Toe Bootie


Feet naturally swell throughout the day, so it’s best to buy shoes made from materials that allow for some stretch. Our podiatrists point to soft leathers and suede as more forgiving materials for the foot. These heels are the perfect compromise between comfy and sexy, thanks to their memory foam-cushioned footbed and adjustable ankle strap.available at $150SHOP NOW

6Cole Haan Warner Ankle Strap Pump

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This on-trend shoe offers a double-cushioned footbed and a rubber sole, one of Dr. Brenner’s requirements when it comes to choosing healthier heels: “I don’t like leather bottoms because people can slip and slide.” Instead, Dr. Brenner urges shoppers to choose a shoe with rubber or treads on the bottom, so that they stand on a firm surface. We also love that the metallic leather on this pair lets you take them from the office to date night in no time. available at $160SHOP NOW

7Everlane The Day Heel



Pass up the pointed toe pumps. Instead, Dr. Splichal suggests opting for shoes with a wider front. “The narrower or more pointy the toe box, the more pressure the heel will put on the toes. I always favor a more round shape.”available at $145SHOP NOW

8Vince Camuto Leera Wedge Sandal


The 70’s are calling. These classic espadrille wedges aren’t just a call to the dancey decade, they also offer a platform, one of Dr. Sutera’s preferred forms of heels: “Platforms are good because they have height in the front that you can subtract from the heel in the back.” available at $100SHOP NOW

9Pikolinos Java Gladiator Sandal


One of Dr. Osterman’s favorite shoe brands is Pikolinos. The podiatrist-approved line boasts options that come with cushioned forefront beds, ample room in the toe boxes, and block heels for more stability. “The wider the heel, the less one has to balance on the shoe,” Dr. Osterman explains. “Think of the heel like a stilt – the smaller the heel, the more the calf muscles have to work, which can be unstable and fatiguing.” available at $175SHOP NOW

10Naturalizer Pressley


Get the height you want minus the pain by going for a shoe with a forefoot platform. The 3 1/2-inch heel on this strappy sandal is offset by a half-inch of height in the front, making it easier to walk in. Supportive straps across the forefoot make this the perfect addition to your wardrobe for wedding season. 

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