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BibbidiBobbidiBoo1 Wed 29-Jun-16 16:55:51

My feet hurt, shoes and me just don't seem to get on.

I think I need some good comfy supportive shoes that don't make my feet look older than I am (33).

Even wearing my lovely converse now mean my feet hurt, even with gel inserts in.

I walk a lot (don't drive). I have a 3 yr old. I wear skinnies and tops. Occasional skater style dresses. Occasionally dresses/long skirts.

Oh and my mother helpfully told me my feet have got broader, maybe that's the reason nothing is comfy - altho it feels like it's my arches that hurt.

Any ideas/ suggestions on shoes that might work. I don't have a huge budget, and a pie that could work for most things would be ideal.

Chocolateteabag Wed 29-Jun-16 17:56:50

Ok so have faith - try some Gabor Ruffles?

Yes they are usually for an older crowd but they are vv comfy and not too "safety shoe"

some here but they are sold all over t'internet so have a google depending on your size/colour

ChoclolateOrange Wed 29-Jun-16 19:48:26

I like Gabor shoes too. I was having problems with my feet and my physio recommended them.

BibbidiBobbidiBoo1 Wed 29-Jun-16 20:15:18

Thank you! I will have a look and see - two recommendations from people with chocolate in their nickname can't be wrong!!

So frustrating not to feel comfy and achy all the time.
Thank you again

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