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Where comfort and style meet

Hands up, those of you who haven't experienced at least one of the following symptoms from ill-fitting shoes and heels - sore feet, aching backs, bunions, calluses, heel spurs or even collapsed arches.

But when it comes to comfort versus stylishness - a lot of women choose to look good, even if their heels cause them to keel over at the end of the day.

So we're excited about Heel & Toe, with its latest outlet in Great World City, and which stocks trendy but feet-friendly footwear Ziera (formerly known as Kumfs) from New Zealand.

These shoes have insoles that not only offer incredible comfort and support, but are also removable, allowing the shoes to accommodate insoles for women who are required to use them. The shoes also feature a unique Soft Journey™ footbed technology - a cushioning system of gels, rubber and shock-absorbing materials that allows you to feels as if you are treading on air.

And for its Spring Summer Collection, think fun, exotic glamour. WWI- inspired suede sandals with fun ankle wraps, or a tri-buckle low dress shoe with peep-toe, anyone?

Check out Heel & Toe too for other feet-friendly labels, such as Beautifeel from Israel, Vital from Austria, Solidus from Germany and MBT from Switzerland.

Prices ranges from S$250 to S$450 from sandals, wedges, to pumps and boots.

Heel & Toe can be found at Palais Renaissance, Tanglin Mall and Great World City.

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