‘The fact is, sometimes it’s really hard to walk in a single woman’s shoes. That’s why we need really special ones now and then to make the walk a little more fun’. Carrie Bradshaw

They say that diamonds are a woman’s best friend. NO! Shoes are a woman’s best friend. Like Carrie Bradshaw rightly said in Sex and the City, our shoes make all the walks in our lives a little better. A good pair of shoes helps us run away from unwanted situations, whereas diamonds cannot. We recommend that every woman should have the following shoes in their closet:


sportsshoes Even if you are not the sporty kind, you should have at least one pair of sports shoes in your closet. After all you never know when you might have to run away from someone!


wedges These provide the best support to your feet without hurting them. Wedges are preferable if you have a long day at the office or you are the kind who moves around a lot.


ballerinas These are the most comfortable shoes ever, and we thank whoever had the idea to make these. Flats are perfect for the day when you want a break from all our heels.


boots Ankle boots are the most awesome type of shoes. They can be paired with absolutely anything right from a one piece dresses to jeans to shorts, absolutely everything! And rest assured you will look hot in these.



Pumps are the perfect companions for your LBD (Little Black Dress) and they make you look tall and sexy! It is necessary that you have two pairs of pumps, one black and one nude, which goes witoutfits and makes you look chic.



Because why not! Sneakers are the perfect companions of a tomboy, but they suit everyone. They are absolutely comfortable, go with any kind of outfit. Funky sneakers are the current trend in the fashion industry and look absolutely stunning. They are to be worn with dresses, shorts and jeans and are comfortable to travel in.

If we have not mentioned any type of shoes in the above list, please let us know in the comment section. And if you don’t have any of the above mentioned shoes, you know what to buy when your next pay-check comes.