Thanks, gals, for recommending Dansko work clogs. I discovered a fundamental brown leather-based pair (nothing fancy) at DSW of their sale part on deeeeeeep low cost — fifty bucks! They’re often $109 at DSW and on-line, however for some motive this pair was the one pair I may discover within the retailer at that worth. Bizarre!
Anyway, I wasn’t positive about them at first as a result of once I tried them on within the retailer, they seemed somewhat excessive, the arch help felt nearly uncomfortably stiff, and since the part that hugs the heel doesn’t come up as excessive as my tennis footwear do, I used to be afraid I’d fall out of them, however since they had been over half off, I simply went for it.
I’ve been carrying them for nearly two weeks now, and my goodness, I really like ’em! Daily my ft, again and my hips simply really feel higher and higher.
From the facet, they give the impression of being fairly excessive, however once you slip them on, they really feel like flats. I used to be nervous about this at first, however I assume that substantial arch space is there for a motive, as a result of my arches really feel *extraordinarily* safe and supported. I don’t really feel like I’m being tipped ahead like I do in heels.
The ladies on the bakery really useful breaking them in for just a few hours at a time, after which ramping as much as a full day’s put on. They informed me to deliver my tennis footwear in and swap into them when my ft want a break, which I’ve been doing.
One final added bonus: The clogs are a lot simpler to scrub than mesh/material tennies. When flour or frosting finally ends up on my toes (which inevitably at all times occurs), all I’ve to do is wipe it proper off!
I can see why people who find themselves on their ft all day lengthy suggest these with such ardour. They actually do work!
My ft (and entire physique, actually) thanks once more for suggesting them.
Your pleasant neighborhood magnificence addict,
P.S. I noticed this at work yesterday, and it cracked me up! Simply in case you had been in search of spare elements in your unicorn…