Cute (and Comfy!) Shoes for Spring from Naturalizer #MyBlogSpark @NaturalizerShoe

I’ve aways been a bit shoe-obsessed. They pretty much always fit and can take an outfit from blah to ta-dah. Before having children, I’d always gravitate toward high heeled shoes; the sexier the better. Now, I shop for comfort. My mother warned me it would happen.

She always favored the Naturalizer footwear brand for its unmatched comfort. And unlike many other brands, they have more options for the best possible fit by offering many widths, from narrow to wide. Their N5 Comfort System incorporates the following five features for ultimate comfort: flexibility, softness, balance, breathability and lightness.

I can’t say I’ve always been a fan, but their styles have come a long way over the years. Looking over the Spring 2012 collection, I’d never have guessed these were Naturalizer shoes, and what’s better is you know you’ll be able to wear these styles all day, pain-free.


The Fira is the style that Naturalizer decided to send me. It’s a great design for summer – perfect to pair with anything from shorts to a maxi dress.

However, turquoise wasn’t the color I preferred and I found this style to be a bit to, shall we say mature for me. My mother would love them, I would have gone for a more neutral style.

There are a ton of other great styles that are a part of the Spring 2012 Collection.  These are a few of my favorites:

The Lulianna would look so pretty with a flowy summer dress. $79.99

The Decade – a cute pair of flats that can be worn from daytime to evening. $49.99

I love the vintage styling in The Posh shoe. $69.99

BUY IT! Which style is your favorite? Through May 9th, customers can take advantage of FREE shipping.

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Disclosure: I was provided with product from Naturalizer and Brown Shoe Company, through MyBlogSpark.



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