Having a good pair of Siren shoes is always great because they can go with a number of different outfits but how do you make sure you remain comfortable?

While beauty is certainly the point of you picking out a new pair of shoes, you will also want to make sure that you pick out something that is comfortable. This is going to mean taking a look at how you can help to avoid foot injury when you wear a shoe.

Here are 4 top tips to help you remain comfortable in your favourite siren shoes:

Get the right size

You may feel embarrassed about the size of your feet, but it is important to remember that this is something you cannot change. There is no point in going a size too small or a size too big. A size too big will make the shoe loose, and you could end up tripping and hurting your ankle. On the other hand, a smaller shoe will end up causing a lot of stress to your feet. You will need to make sure that you find a shoe which fits you perfectly.

Get a half size bigger

While you do not want to get a pair of shoes that are too big, getting one that is a little bit bigger may help to give you a little bit of comfort. It will give you a lot more room to move your toes about and just allow your feet to breathe a little more. This is one of the most important things that you need to remember when you are wearing a new pair of shoes. Do do not want to end up getting a fungal infection just because your feet cannot breathe.

Break them in

When you get a new pair of shoes, they are going to be fresh from the factory. This means that no one has worn them yet. What you will need to do is wear them for a little bit in order to “break them in”. This means that the shoes are going to slowly adjust to the size of your feet. It is often best for you to wear them around the house. This way, you will be able to break them in and take them off if you are getting too uncomfortable. You do not want to have to wear them out if they are going to end up causing you pain on the back of your feet.

Avoid blisters with tissue

If you do have to wear your new shoes straight away, then the best thing for you to do is to try and break them in by using a piece of tissue on the back or at the sides. This will help to protect your feet from blisters.

About the author
Maria lives in Melbourne is a freelance writer and blogger. She writes on various topics including fashion, style, home, lifestyle and travel. She get her every ultra-sexy distinctive footwear collections from Siren Shoes. If you want to join Siren shoes you can visit http://www.styletread.com.au/siren.
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  • you contradict yourself “get the right size” “get half a size bigger” lol


  • Thanks for sharing this article and much needed tips! Will put them into use!


  • I have been purchasing 1/2 size bigger since reading this, so much more comfortable wearing those long heeled shoes.


  • there’s a simple solution – if they hurt your feet don’t wear them!


  • I cannot remember the last time I wore heels its been that long I hate new shoes as I always intend to get blisters


  • I can only wear flat shoes, I’d fall off high heals.


  • Great tips, not a massive fan of high heels since becoming pregnant.


  • Interesting. I am hardly ever in heels these days.


  • Great tips, thank you, will try the tissue paper, have never heard of that before. I do wear my new shoes around the house for a few days before I wear them out……..


  • i also love gel cushions! my best friend!!!!


  • I never thought of using a tissue to avoid blisters.


  • I find it difficult sometimes to know if a show will become uncomfortable.


  • Never been a heel wearer and can’t have them on and feel comfortable.


  • What a great idea to use tissues to avoid blisters.


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