How to Find the Right Spring and Summer Shoes for Your Daughter
You can find plenty of sandals that look great and are also comfortable.
During the spring and summer months, most women will quickly get out the spring and summer shoes and start letting their feet breath again. For young girls it can be a challenge to help them find the right shoes. Young children need shoes that they can run and play in, even if they are going to a special event. Most mothers want to dress their little girls up every once in a while and have them look like young ladies. The problem is how can you choose the right shoes for your daughter?
The first thing that you will want to avoid is going with what everyone else is wearing. Your daughter may want to have the latest style that all other friends are wearing but this may not be what is best for her feet. You can find plenty of sandals that look great and are also comfortable. First try looking online for reviews on sandals and shoes for kids. By doing this you will be able to see what other parents have learned from buying the items. In some cases you may be able to find reviews on some of the newer brands, but you may find more information on some of the older or cheaper styles. After reading the reviews take your daughter to the store and have her try the shoes on. I have found that it is a good idea to allow your child to walk around in the shoes for at least fifteen minutes. They can just walk up and down the isle and around the store. This may seem like a long time but it will help to ensure that the shoes you are buying for you child are comfortable for them.
|NIKE Girl's Downshifter 7 (GS) Running Shoe|
|carter's Twinkle Girl's Ballet Flat|
|Kids Boys Girls Wellington Boots Rainy Snow Wellies (180 mm - 10 US - 11 US, Pink)|
|Crocs Girls' Classic Frozen Clog|
|Stride Rite Joy Sneaker (Toddler/Little Kid)|
There are several things that you will want to look for when your child is wearing the shoes. You will want to see if the backs are rubbing your child's feet when they walk. You will also want to take a look at their toes to see if they are squished and uncomfortable. Often what happens when children are wearing dress shoes, and sandals is that after walking in it for a while they will suddenly become uncomfortable. The fifteen minutes of wearing them in the store will give you and them an opportunity to see if this is the right shoe for them.
The last suggestion is to look for a shoe that has an adjustable strap. Most shoes for young children do have an adjustable strap, but they have new ones that do not. The adjustable strap will help to make it more comfortable as your child grows.