KushyFoot Flats-To-Go Review

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A while back, I heard about a product called KushyFoot Flats-To-Go and knew that this was something I had to try.

Being a Miami gal, I have spent my fair share of nights at the clubs on South Beach in my 4 inch heels…which subsequently leads to me barefoot or in flip flops by the end of the night. More often than not, it’s barefoot. Why? Because carrying a handbag big enough to fit a pair of flip flops really clashes with my outfits. I know, I know, going barefoot on the streets of South Beach is gross. I know it is. But when blisters are forming and it’s 3 am, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do.

So I was really excited to try these new KushyFoot Flats-To-Go. They are a little pair of ballet flats that fold up and come in a nice little package that you can simply throw in your purse in case you need a break from your heels later in the day – or evening.

I love these little flats! They are made of soft, flexible faux-leather and have an elastic back and non-skid 3 dimensional wavy sole that massages and cushions the foot!

I recently went out to happy hour with my girlfriends and of course wore my sexy high heels…but as the night wore on, my arches were aching and my toes were pinching and I snuck off to the ladies room to change into these cuties. Of course, I tried them on before I left the house to make sure that they matched my outfit. But let’s be real – most of my ‘going-out’ clothes are black so these snakeskin print flats pretty much match anything I could have worn!

KushyFoot flats are available most places – I see them at my local Publix, Target and CVS drugstores – but you can also order them from their website KushyFoot.com. They also make padded foot stockings similar to Peds but they are much cheaper and pretty awesome as well. The best thing about KushyFoot products is that they are so affordable! Their entire lines runs between $3.99 and $9.99!

 

*I received a media sample and all opinions are my own!

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