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    Posted: June 27 2011 at 9:12am
Do you suggest formality in front of comfortability? That's not me ... lol


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 It depends on your work profile that what type of work you are doing for ex. if yor are in corporate world then you should be formal and wear black leather shoes . 
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I am hairdresser and have food pain, I wear smart shoe.

And I asked the doctor.
The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Foot pain. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms.
  • Simple reasons for foot pain include:
    • Over-use of feet
    • Poorly fitting shoes
    • New shoes
    • Tight shoes 
    • Ligament strain
    • Foot trauma
    • Jogger's trauma


 





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i like shoes which is look seriously & comfortable.  but comfortable is mostly importand...
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Wearing comfortable shoes is definitely key for being able to get the most work done without the constant nagging of feet that may be hurting.

Edited by Karen Shelton - December 17 2010 at 5:48am
That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger or drives you totally insane. :-)
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It typically depends on my attire! I believe in following the current fashion and I keep on updating my wardrobe. I carry away my attire that suits my personality.
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Work is in my apartment and most of the time.I wear a pair of black kitten heels which I recently got from the Catwalk collection at Shoppers Stop as the shoes there are really nice.I also I wear my leather boots and thick socks.
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What type of shoes do you wear at work?  Do stand on your feet?  Have you found some shoes help your feet better than others?



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