How to Choose Your Ultimate Shoes That Will Get You Oozes of Compliments a Day

Buying the right shoes is an investment.

An investment in your foot health, but not just!

It’s also an investment in yourself, your look and the presence you project.

Why?

Because the shoes you wear say a lot about you.

They reflect who you want to be and what you want to show the world.

Different shoes will distinguish you,

Redefine you,

Tell a lot without saying a word.

We all know our self-image also depends on what we wear, and we change it,

And we can change how others perceive us.

But how can we find the right shoes to match our feet as well as our nature?

When you buy new shoes:

- Wait until the afternoon to try on new shoes – your feet tend to swell during the day, especially when it’s warm outside.

- Put on the right pair of socks, comfortable enough to wear with shoes.

- Our body is unsymmetrical, and often, one foot is slightly bigger than the other. Buy the shoes that fit well with the bigger foot.

- Always try out both sides, right and left. Finding out, much later that one side fits well, while the other is extremely painful, is not a great idea.

- Walk around. See how you feel. Enough room for your fingers? Check there is enough distance between your longest toe, and the tip of the shoe.

- If you’re not comfortable, do not presume the fit will improve in time. Find the shoes that’ll perfectly slip on your feet and make you feel wonderful from the second you put them on.

- Feel the inner part to check if any stitches or bumps might cause inconvenience, irritations or blisters.

- Test the soles. Are they strong enough to protect your feet? Try walking on solid, rough surfaces to see how resistant the soles are.

So, now that you know how to pick the right shoes without compromising on your comfort, it’s time to pay attention to design.

Here are a few style-selecting tips to add that life-changing presence:

How to choose your ultimate shoes that will double your presence in life and get oozes of compliments a day and remind you how special you are.

- Pick the shoes that will match your look and challenge your personality. Encourage a profound change in your style.

- Choose unique colored shoes that will fit your wardrobe and wonderfully upgrade your overall appearance. Colors add freshness and vibrancy.

- Pick the shoes with that intriguing design. You will probably be the only one wearing them in miles. Careful. Unique shoes draw the attention of complementing strangers in the street.

Prepare for ‘where did you get those.’

- Pick the shoes with quality, strong soles, and soft body, because when you’re comfortable, you’re beautiful.

- Search for hand-crafted shoes and feel proud supporting local manufacturing.

You can’t miss fine craft. Quality radiates with the prestige that declares who you are and what interests you.

- Keep away from overused trends. Purchase shoes you can wear for years.

Boho Is Back, Conscious, Holistic Fashion!

Funky and chill, free spirited Bohemian fashion, conscious design that is holistic and now more necessary than ever. Patchwork gypsy skirts and hippy yoga pants, embroidered caftans, colorful tribal, paisley prints and chunky bead jewelry are totally in style. With a resurgence of design styles and fashion icons ramping up its popularity, bohemian hippy chic fashion is known for its earthy wanderlust roots and relaxed vibe.

Travelers of the old world “Banjara” were gypsy wanderers, who wanted to be different and lived life on their choice set of rules, creating trends and not following a social dictum.The boho lifestyle and clothing is based on the diverse gamut of cultures and patterns with the archetype of mixing and layering clothes, prints and colors. Earthy conscious designs, upcycled vintage fabrics, traditional handloom prints and weaves, the choices are endless. Mix and match Indian chikankari tunics with cutout ragged jeans! Georgette tunic dresses as beach cover ups, or use the white shift dresses for yoga and meditation, adding on accessories like the earthing malabeads and copper bracelets, seeking nature and connecting to mother earth.

The boho style sees Priyanka Chopra donning a cute cutout midi dress in tie dye at the country festivals, the Boho vibe is casually chic and elegant. Mylie Cyrus wears the colorful bohemian sari mini skirt with a white blouse tucked in at the waist.
The newer side of this trend has moved onto a “hippie-luxury” style with fashion designers creating earthing luxury style collections overflowing with old style fabrics full of passion and tranquil colors. The dreamy bohemian fashionista plays with long maxi skirts, soft flirty tunic caftans, embroidered dresses and earthy stonewashed fabrics.

The ultra modern Bohemian grounds herself to Mother Earth, rejoicing in her love and radiates confidence through her choice of earthy colors. The style manifests in the romance of original tribal art with pure cotton and ethical fabrics. Upcycled saris made into skirts and dresses, the fun and playful look is easy to accessorize and you create a fashion statement like no other as these are so unique and one of a kind.

Street style bohemian can be funky or chic, the gauzy printed maxidress is good for all seasons. Sandals and a hat for the summer or add a light jacket and booties for cooler days. The authentic tribal patchwork design skirts and boho vintage pants contrasts with the bold black tank, mixing bohemian with city chic. Be a glamorous fashionista, create your own style – conscious, holistic, earth friendly and in tune with nature, using clothing artisan created and unique.
Be a Boldly Mogul Bohemian Fashionista!

Owning a Car Vs Using Rideshare

It is not a secret that buying, owning, and maintaining a car costs a significant amount of money. Especially now, when gas prices are high and continue to increase. What if you could avoid paying as much as you do right now? Even while still getting to where you need to go?

Many city dwellers can. In fact, many people from Chicago are already dumping their vehicles and becoming reliant on rideshare. Current research has shown that it is in fact cheaper to use services such as Uber and Lyft in cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, among others.

However, some people are hesitant to use these services due to all of the negative news stories reporting violent crimes involving drivers of such services. However, some services such as Uber are introducing safety features to help riders feel more comfortable reaching someone in case of emergency. It also helps hold drivers accountable by creating a stronger sense of authority, of being watched.

There are many benefits to using these rideshare services in bigger cities. In bigger cities drivers tend to have to pay to park their vehicles in addition to other typical costs such as gas, repairs, affordable auto insurance, etc.

On the other hand, some reports say that the cost of using rideshare will not be cheaper than owning a car until 10 years from now. But, it just depends what is best for the individual budget. In fact, news sites have even developed calculators to see if ridesharing is beneficial to your budget. Another detail that the calculator includes is the cost of time. A detail often overlooked by the monetary costs of things, but a detail equally, if not more valuable to people.

Additionally, there are options to “pool” with other rideshare users to eliminate even more costs. This option is not always the best depending on the intentions of your trip, but can be especially helpful for the commute to work, for example.

The increase in regular rideshare users creates another problem, unfortunately. The amount of cars picking up passengers has disrupted the flow of traffic in certain regions of the city, especially in Chicago. They have even increased fines of traffic violations.

The tickets and gas prices also seem to be turning away some drivers as they pay out of pocket for each item, in addition to possible rideshare insurance. But, drivers who discover that there is a growth in the city population using their services may attract attention to drivers hoping to make more money.

This then creates an issue for rideshare companies who are already struggling to pay their workers. Companies such as Uber who are providing benefits to European drivers, the costs will not go down anytime soon for them.

Overall, it may benefit the individual to utilize rideshare instead of owning a personal vehicle. But, there are many factors to take into account before switching over, both personally and the industry in whole. Rideshare is undoubtedly a hot topic at this time and does not appear to be dying down anytime soon.