So I got a chance to try out the Dr. Scholl's for Her High Heel insoles thanks to my Sun Vox Box from Influenster. Since I usually don't wear heels throughout the week unless I'm going somewhere special, Sunday morning was the perfect time to put these insoles to work.
I purchased the Ailbhe from Shoedazzle.com the end of last year and only have had the chance to wear them once due to the crazy high heel.
The insoles have a sticky backing to make it easier to stay put inside your shoes. The only thing I don't like about this is the fact that I can't use them in other shoes without the stickiness wearing off. So that means depending on how many pairs of uncomfortable heels you have, you will be spending about $12 (for each insole set).
During my Sunday morning service, I was able to sit, stand, and walk around comfortably. I really feel like I could've spent the whole day in those shoes if I wanted to. The only thing that threw me off (but this has nothing to do with the insoles) is the way the front of the shoes is formed. I had to keep reminding myself to lift and plant my foot on the ground.
Overall, I have no major complaints about these insoles. I had been wanting to try them out for a while and was extremely happy to find them in my vox box. I would definitely recommend to all my girlfriends and to any of you ladies who like to rock your heels high.
If you are interested in signing up on Influenster, shoot me an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be more than happy to send you an invite.
Have any of you ladies tried the Dr. Scholl's inserts? What's the highest pair of heels you own?
Until next time,
**Disclaimer**I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.