Friday, February 11, 2011

Post #12: Footzyrolls

            In anticipation of the weekend and all the partying that tends to accompany it, I thought I'd share with you one of my new favorite finds: Footzyrolls. So whether you’re a Colgate student who has to deal with the weather and the terrain or just a girl who likes going out (whether it be bar-hopping in the city or going to a fancy party), listen up.
            Let’s face it, most cute going out shoes tend to have high heels and painful straps. I know that most of us girls have at least one pair of shoes that fit this mold sitting in our closets as we wait for a sexy mood to strike that will make us willing to kill our feet in the name of looking good. After all, Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw can wear Monolo Blahnik’s every day, so why shouldn’t we don our heels once in a while?
            Yet, by the time 1:30 or 2 o’clock rolls around and you’ve been dancing or on your feet all night, those heels start to seem like a pretty bad mistake. Hence the handiness of Footzyrolls. Just when your feet are so sore that you can barely walk (or worse…bleeding), you can breathe a sigh of relief as you pull out these flats that roll up so tightly that they can fit into a clutch.

            Water-proof and skid-proof, these flats have been worn by celebrities such as Blake Lively, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Kim Kardashian, Rachel Weisz, and Rihanna. And unlike similar shoes such as Dr. Scholl’s “Fast Flats,” Footzyrolls come in a plethora of colors and patterns and have garnered good reviews in terms of being able to handle the elements, or at least a night of walking.


            Footzyrolls come in sizes 6-11.5 and on average cost between $20 and $30 dollars (personally I'm a fan of the $20 navy striped ones with the detachable bow). They even include a bag for your heels and a pouch for the Footzyrolls. And while they may not be the best-looking shoes you'll ever buy, they may be the most utile ones you ever carry in your purse. 

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