May 09, 2012
I know this is random, But I really need some help finding some comfortable work shoes. I don't have any right now, and my feet are killing me, I work for Edible Arrangements, (that company that sells those fruit arrangements that look like flowers) and am considering working in the hospital. I need some shoes that I can walk/stand in for long hours. If possible some cute ones that aren't so bulky!
I read reviews but I don't feel like those are real people, sometimes I think that they are just the company giving high scores! SO i thought I would try out here!
What is your price range? And do you have wide or narrow feet? And you're right about the reviews on company websites.
Under a $100 at least. Wide, I just got back from work, my feet are once again killing me!
May 10, 2012
Your feet also get used to standing/walking. When I worked retail we weren't really allowed to sit and my feet killed me, but after a week it went away. Same with my husband, he recently switched to a standing desk because of back problems and his feet killed him the first week as well, 3 weeks later it doesn't phase him.
May 11, 2012
Check out the shoes from Ecco. They have cute flats that don't have that dreaded thick sole look. And they work with wide feet as well. They offer great arch support as well which is important if you're on your feet all day.
May 13, 2012
try puma or if you find a show you like,just get comfy insoles =)
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