Fashion Week is over, and Fashion Week never makes me think of anything as much as I think of very sore feet. It’s also the beginning of fall, which means it’s time to stop getting pedicures and break out the closed-toe shoes.
If your new fall boots are rubbing your feet or behind your knees, applying Moleskin to the affected areas of your legs will help prevent blisters. This is the only stuff strong enough to break in something tough like riding boots or dance shoes.
If you can find the right color, this is one way to help fix up your scratched shoes.
To stretch out tight shoes, carefully put a bag of water in them and put them in the freezer. The freezing ice will stretch the shoes for you. This one is great because you can spot-fix the shoes if it’s just the toes that are too tight, for example.