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6 Ways to Make your Heels More Comfortable

6 Ways to Make your Heels More Comfortable

Cracking the Comfort Code Ladies, get ready for some facts about your feet. Did you know your heel bone is the largest bone in your foot? After a long day of being on your feet, your heels may begin to ache from overuse and shoes that just aren’t made right. Before I give you Trèsolz's answer to making your heels and shoes more comfortable, because you know we have one - let’s talk about how to make your current selection of footwear a little more manageable during those marathons you be runnin’ from the car to the grocery store and...

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Celebrating Black History Month & Black-Owned, Canadian-Owned Businesses

Celebrating Black History Month & Black-Owned, Canadian-Owned Businesses

February 2021: Black History Month We’ve come to the end of Black History Month and this month has flown by. Every year, the month of February is dedicated to celebrating, remembering and acknowledging the Black community. It is also about education and making Canada a more diverse and benevolent nation. Small black business owners, like Sandra from SDHtoronto make it their top priority to empower the Black community, educate and build awareness through her social media platform and clothing brand. I’m proud to wear her latest release, this white, off-the-shoulder, glam top. As today is the last day of February,...

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How to Choose the Perfect Shoes for Any Event

How to Choose the Perfect Shoes for Any Event

I’m the kinda gal that believes that form must fit function. Plain and simple. But still, how do you choose the perfect shoes? What works for the event and what doesn't? Picture this. My family and I are going over to a friend’s house - don’t worry, this example is pre-COVID (smh). My outfit is all picked out and it’s time for the final touch - the perfect shoes to seal the deal. But there are SO many options! I must confess...I own a lot of shoes. And I don’t conform to many rules when it comes to buying my...

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