Softstar Shoes is one of my favorite small businesses. This fall they are playing to their serious foot fans with a new addition to their primal line – The Primal Merry Jane. Read on for my full review!
Xero Shoes has surprised us with a line up of awesome new styles for the fall! Over the years Xero has been expanding their collection to include barefoot shoes for more occasions, so I am especially stoked to see they are releasing a women’s dress flat AND a snow boot…
The Addis is a leather sneaker, casual enough for every day wear and dressy enough for business casual outfits. But the thing that drew me to them was the shape of the toe box. The Addis is made on a wider mold and has a more rounded toe box than Vivo’s other styles…
My family and I have been wearing barefoot shoes for years and have tested hundreds. Below is a review of the absolute best, tried-and-true barefoot shoe brands for every occasion and every member of the family.
Ballet flats are an incredibly versatile shoe for the feminine barefooter. They are classy enough to wear with a professional outfit, simple enough to wear with jeans, and somehow dressy enough to wear with a formal gown…
Gea Soles newest model is the Yrsa flat: a Mary Jane with a few unique details. An angled strap and toe box design give structure to the anatomical shape. Low cut sides also minimize the bulk of the shoe and elongate the legs (I love low cut sides in flats!).
*GIVEAWAY CLOSED* Unshoes is one of my favorite barefoot brands. They’re down-to-earth, friendly, and committed to making great shoes. Last year we hosted a Saffron
If you’ve been following my work, you probably know I am a big fan of The Drifter Leather. Their shoes are custom made and they
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,
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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.