Designer shoes vs cheaper version

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Designer shoes vs cheaper version

Designer shoes vs cheaper version: We know that expensive shoes are a luxury not everyone can afford but investing in a  good pair is actually a good idea. If you’ve ever had to choose between buying 4 pairs of cheaper shoes vs. one that’s well-constructed, here are some reasons why making an investment in your shoe closet is worth it.

Handmaking shoes is an art that’s rooted in decades of traditions and demands certain patience for the shoe to be made. A quality shoe can take from 68 to 390 different steps before it is completed and can take up to 3 weeks to make.

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Every step of the shoemaking process revolves around a well-built last. A well-made shoe needs to be kept on its last for a minimum of 12 hours. As cheaper shoes are mass-produced, each shoe only gets to stay on their last for a shorter period of time.

Higher-priced shoes are built on the foundations of high construction quality and balanced arch support. When the heels of a shoe are well-positioned, the arches allow your feet to support the point where the body’s weight is centered with each step. A bad fit not only looks awkward, it affects the way you walk and carry yourself.

A  well-made pair of shoes is a piece of high craftsmanship. And the main difference? You will have greater support and padding, and your feet will feel “hugged” instead of “constricted”.

Designer shoes vs cheaper version:

 

 

 

⬅️Prada ➡️

 

 

Bershka

 

 

Top Shop

 

 

⬅️Valentino ➡️

 

 

Asos

 

 

Asos

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️

 

 

Zara

 

 

Zara

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️

 

 

Bottega Veneta

 

 

Topshop

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️  

 

 

Public Desire

 

 

Zara

 

 

⬅️Yves Saint Laurent➡️

 

 

Zara

 

 

Topshop

 

 

⬅️Louis Vuitton➡️

 

 

Bershka

 

 

Asos

 

⬅️Hermes➡️

 

 

Omoda

 

 

Dune

 

⬅️Prada ➡️

 

 

Bershka

 

 

Top Shop

 

 

⬅️Valentino ➡️

 

 

Asos

 

 

Asos

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️

 

 

Zara

 

 

Zara

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️

 

 

Bottega Veneta

 

 

Topshop

 

 

⬅️Bottega Veneta ➡️  

 

 

Public Desire

 

 

Zara

 

 

⬅️Yves Saint Laurent➡️

 

 

Zara

 

 

Topshop

 

 

⬅️Louis Vuitton➡️

 

 

Bershka

 

 

Asos

 

⬅️Hermes➡️

 

 

Omoda

 

 

Dune