With holidays and cold weather around the corner (and nowhere to go) I am ready to cozy up with warm toesies. Here is a list of barefoot approved minimalist slippers & socks that are completely flat, spacious, and still super warm.
When you switch to healthy footwear you’re deciding your feet are important. But with so many variations in foot shape and size, it can be hard to find a shoe that actually fits. In this post we’re talking about basic foot types and barefoot shoe brands that work well for them
Etsy is my FAVORITE place to buy gifts for myself and others. So many fabulous handmade items and talented creators. A lot of minimalist shoe
Summertime is when minimalist footwear really shines. Fortunately for us, barefoot brands are doing a great job expanding beyond athletic styles to include everyday shoes,
When there’s a wedding to attend many of us barefoot shoe wearers don our one pair of heels and stumble through the night, because we don’t have anything else to wear. But thankfully style has fewer boundaries these days. It is 100% possible to look sleek, feminine, and statuesque while being comfortable and aligned.
If you’re looking for a cold weather barefoot boot, look no further! Don’t let the temperature keep you from going “barefoot.” Foot health can be maintained all year, no matter the weather. So read on for a full list of minimalist boots for men and women, organized by style!
There are many men out there in need of a shoe to wear to work, weddings, or church without sticking out like a sore thumb. Amazingly, shoemakers are rising to the challenge and just in the last year alone several new styles have been developed.
At only $14, these are some of the cheapest women’s dress shoes out there. They are very minimal: the sole is extremely thin and the shoe is unstructured.
My foot health is very important to me, and I ALWAYS wear shoes that are zero drop and flexible. But sometimes I lament the cute
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I first discovered “barefoot shoes” after a long bout of foot issues. I realized that with some extra research (and a whole new set of standards), I could curate shoes that made me feel amazing and didn’t require any compromises. I started my blog Anya’s Reviews to share what I learned with others.