Review: Vionic Shoes.

I love shoes. I’m pretty sure most girls do, right? At 5ft 1.75 (that .75 is so important) my pre-Harley shoes collection mainly consisted of platforms that the Spice Girls would have been proud of but now I’m much more sensible as despite however hard I try a 6 inch heel combined with a 2 1/2 year and a growing bump just is not practical. So when the lovely team at Myriad PR asked if I’d like to review a pair of Vionic Shoes I was like ‘yeaaaah’.

I opted for the Midi Slip On in Leopard/Tan as I knew that they would go with pretty much everything in my wardrobe and have a little bit of a thing for leopard print. As soon as they arrived and I popped them on I knew we were going to be friends. They are so comfy. Genuinely like a foot glove.

The Midi by Vionic.

The Midi by Vionic.

Every time I’ve worn them I’ve had so many compliments from people who have asked where they’re from and they don’t just look good, they are actually scientifically proven to be good for your feet and posture. Like Jen Aniston used to say, here comes the science bit… Biomechanically designed to hug your arches, FMT Technology helps support natural alignment from the ground up. You can find out more here.

Midi

The Midi by Vionic.

They’re also mega practical for running around after Harley and they stood the test when me and my sister visited what can only be described as the hilliest place in the UK with the toddlers, whilst she struggled in a pair of flip flops.

Vionic offer a huge range of shoes including sandals, boots and sneakers. See the full range here.

The Aspiring Yummy Mummy. x

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