Anyone else having issues with their shoes not fitting anymore after the quarantine? I thought it was just me for a long time, until I spoke to a couple of my friends having the same issue. I’ve never had that problem except for when I was pregnant and my shoes didn’t fit anymore. Well, turns out it’s not just me! When you are wearing your shoes, the moisture from your feet tends to soften and stretch the leather so they become more comfortable. But, once you stop wearing the shoe (especially for 3-4 months), it will stiffen up and harden. Who knew?!
If you follow me on instagram then you saw my story showing how my cute shoes didn’t fit anymore. I seriously felt like my toes where little sausages being crammed in my shoes! I honestly hurt to wear them for a photo!!
I inserted my new Formé Shoe Shapers and overnight…..it was like a fairy God mother appeared with new shoes because they fit again!! I’m so excited and I can’t wait to wear them for our holiday Christmas photos!
Even if you don’t need to stretch your shoes, you still might have that pair that needs to keep it’s shape and these will do the job for you. Formé (the first and only shoe shaper designed by a woman for women) can help break-in your shoes by gently expanding them to the stretch you need. Formé also helps your shoes hold their shape so they are more comfortable every time you put them on.
Click to get you a pair on Amazon HERE. I really love my set that I might be buying family members a set for Christmas this year! They come with an easy to read guide on how they work and how to use them, not to mention their presentation is just pretty to look at. Do you know a pair? Comment below and let me know if you love them as much as I do!
Disclaimer: Formé Shoe Shapers was provided to me by MEGAN BROWN BENNETT for this Review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”