Sunday, April 14, 2013

TWHS Reviews Ssh-oes

Some women prefer to make noise with the mere sight of their heels, not the sound. I know I've made my share of entrances clicking on hardwood, ceramic and marble floors. 

The answer lies in the Ssh-oes, the ingenious line of footwear designed to be seen and not heard. Founder Mary Arnett has created shoes with sound absorption. How? With rubber outsoles and a patent pending noise-reducing heel lift that eliminates the click-clack associated with heels. Not to mention styles that pass my well-heeled approval.

Mary shipped me a pair of Mindy ankle straps for review. Talk about comfortable! With a 4" heel and .5" hidden platform, you can dance the night away. The peep-toe styling, bow detailing and supple Nappa leather make them ideal to pair with the black and white, lace or floral trends this season. In other words, Mindy is the go-to shoe to show off your pedi!


I was equally surprised to receive a pair of Kelly wedges, with the on-trend of PVC detailing. 5" wedges that are just as comfortable as they are stylish, thanks to a 1.5" platform, memory foam padding insoles and non-slip rubber outsoles.

So now there is no reason not to kick up your heels this summer. Because if a fashionista stomps through life in heels with a view that lets her see the forest for the trees, she really won't make a sound.

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