Golden Goose kind from Newany's blog

I remember watching Soul Train as a kid and seeing people dancing in these thick-bottomed shoes. The reasoning behind taking a Midol an hour before wearing heels comes from Jillian Harris of season five of The Bachelorette, who told Glamour: If my face was puffy, it would de-bloat me, and it has a painkiller so it made my feet feel better in heels.

How does it work exactly? Apparently, it helps to take the pressure off the balls of your feet because there's a nerve that splits between those two toes. It's quite a lot to ask of footwear. Now, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has helped Vans create a new tribute to the late icon. Over 2,000 pieces of art were considered before the streetwear brand decided on four paintings that fit the Vans aesthetic best.

Hailey Bieber also gave her social media applause to Cyrus's Fashion Week debut, commenting: YUP. Egbogah invented the shoes for the Golden Goose kind of women she tends to treat at her high-powered clinic in Toronto's Financial District.

Imagine my surprise when I reluctantly tied the multi-pound monstrosities on and realized that, not only are they a game-changing look, they're positively practical. In Los Angeles, it'd been raining for weeks, shooting streams down the sidewalk; all of a sudden, instead of soaking my running shoes, I was walking on water.

Comfort is the name of the game on your walk through this one-of-a-kind street. An iconic shoe like the Original Desert Boot and Clarkdale Gobi Chelsea Boot reflect the tradition and history of the buildings around you.

Naturally, she was advising fellow footwear lovers on pre-Christmas purchases and posing for photo opps with fans. (As for Aldridge's own shoes, open toe Jerome C. We've all been there, practically limping home after a special occasion. But, it doesn't always have to be that way.

The it-shoe of the winter is the knee-high boot," says Erica Russo, Bloomingdale's vice president and fashion director. "It's been awhile since the style has been front and center, and it's a great investment piece you can have for years to come." The knee-high has been a sleeper style in the wake of the ankle bootie, but the '70s silhouette is back with a vengeance.

Last spring, I found myself walking the streets of San Francisco-from historic Jackson Square through Chinatown, over to Little Italy and back-for hours, thinking to myself, 'I never want to take these shoes off.' Now, I love shoes as much as the next girl. (Okay, maybe more than the next girl.) But this was a new sentiment, even for me. 

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