It’s the April 2021 edition of Fashion, But Make it Barefoot! Check out all the ways you can wear barefoot shoes and still be stylish.
Chala Barefoot Sandals are the perfect foot-friendly alternative to the flip flop. In fact, my switch to barefoot shoes began when I was tirelessly searching for a simple pair of sandals (but not flip flops!) that I could slip on and wear with almost anything. It took me over a year, but I found them.
If you’re interested in getting the loafer style without the bunions, check out this list of completely flat, foot-shaped barefoot loafers!
The Zeazoo Cheetah is the shoe I keep by the door for morning walks, dropping the kids off to school, grabbing the mail, and just about anything.
The Vivobarefoot Opanka is a women’s barefoot loafer made of the softest materials. Like all Vivobarefoot shoes, the Opanka is zero drop, flexible, and shaped like a human foot.
The FeetSutra Khussa is a barefoot loafer, made to honor both your feet and your sense of style. I have long been waiting for a barefoot loafer like this to come along, made in a classic style with rich leather.
The Lisbeth Joe London is my favorite barefoot loafer. They have excellent style, are made of durable materials, and have a generous toe box.
Altra Running Shoes are a great first step into the barefoot shoe world: They have a foot-shaped toe box, zero drop sole, and durable outsole that protects you from the elements. The Lone Peak is Altra’s most versatile line that can be used for hiking, trail running, and every day activities.
It’s the March edition of Fashion, But Make it Barefoot! Check out the trendy looks you can recreate but with barefoot shoes.
Whitin barefoot shoes are some of the cheapest available, but how do they stack up? Check out this review of Whitin’s $40 sneakers to find out if I consider them to be Anya approved as a natural footwear option.
The Be Lenka City is your classic sneaker but with a foot shaped toe box and zero drop sole. It comes in tons of fun colors and is a much better alternative to mainstream sneaker brands. Read this review for the low-down on the Be Lenka City Barefoot Sneakers.
Classic, ultra minimal, and with a vintage vibe, Tadeevo velvet ballet pumps fit surprisingly well in my wardrobe. They are a solid choice for anyone needing a business appropriate dress shoe. Read on for my full review of Tadeevo Velvet Ballet Pumps!
This year Feelgrounds released their new Patrol boot, a waterproof, ice-proof, lined barefoot winter boot. Check out this review of the Feelgrounds Patrol to see how they stack up to my standards for natural footwear!
In this space we are challenging the cultural norm that beauty is pain. I’ve never been one to settle, so why not look amazing in
Xero Shoes is launching an updated version of their Xcursion Waterproof hiking boot! I tested out the previous version last year, so am excited to see how the new Xcursion stacks up. Read on for my review of the waterproof, zero drop hiking boot the Xero Xcursion.
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I first discovered barefoot shoes after a long history of foot issues. By changing my footwear and strengthening my body I was able to completely transform my life. Anya’s Reviews is my way of sharing with the world that healthy feet are happy feet!