Naturalizer Shoes: From Day to Play

Saint Louis Fashion week was a whirlwind of fun and fashion! My favorite part was the presentation hosted by Naturalizer Shoes & Brown Shoe Company. I have always been a lover of Naturalizers since I stand on my feet all day doing hair and makeup. I was thrilled to see the new designs are cuter than ever while still maintaining their strong level of comfort.

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“For more than 85 years, Naturalizer has understood how truly comfortable shoes can help women move energetically through their day and live life to the fullest. Born in 1927, Naturalizer was the first brand made truly for the shape of a woman’s foot. Our heritage is built on our commitment to designing beautiful, fashionable and trend-right shoes that feel as good at the end of the day as they do at the beginning. Naturalizer is one of the few footwear brands who provide a wide variety of sizes and widths from size 4-11 and 12 in narrows, mediums, wides and wide wide widths. We also carry boots in wide calf sizes.” -Naturalizer

I chose to leave the presentation wearing a pair of McNair knee high boots. They are perfect for my downtown living lifestyle! Super comfortable and beautiful in design.

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Walking on the cobblestone in downtown St. Louis has never felt better!

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I can’t wait to get my hands on a pair of shoes from the Naya line by Brown Shoe! Naya is about 4 years old and was designed as a fashionable comfort brand. Designers Ron D’Aloia & Jenny Matthews were at the presentation to explain their designs. When asked, “What woman wears Naya?” Ron’s response was, ” I don’t want to give her an age. This woman is confident, affluent, and fashion savvy. She knows fashion and enjoys comfort.”

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Overall, I really loved spending time learning more about a brand I already love!

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