I use to think all high heels were uncomfortable, turns out its just that poorly made heels are uncomfortable. Shopping at my local TJ Maxx with Mr. Right's mom, I came upon this pair of heels and fell immediately in love:
I'm not sure if they remind me of the jellies shoes of my youth,or i just thought they looked hawt (that's Lost message board slang for super hot). They were marked down to $19.99, so I snatched them up. I expected to wear them on dates with my sweetie and maybe to church on occasion.
They have since become my "go to" summer shoe. They are just as comfortable as the lace ups and flats in my closet (not quite tennis shoe comfortable - they're not magicians people).
I'm too cheap to pay retail prices, but I buy their shoes whenever I can because they are so comfortable yet dressy! I have to say that on this one, Stacy (from TLC's What Not to Wear) is right. Better to spend a little more for a good quality shoe that you enjoy wearing then go for a cheaper poorly made item. Especially when you're a bargain shopper and "paying more" just means an extra 5 bucks.