December 15, 2010
Fashionable Fall - Naya Shoes
About Naya:Naya was born from the belief that shoes should be beautiful on your feet, soft on your step and gentle on the environment. Because you should never have to choose between what looks good, what feels good and what is good for you and for the earth.
Naya means renewal and this inspires and guides us in everything we do to create shoes that:
* Renew your spirit with expressive, feminine style
* Renew your body with exceptionally soft comfort
* Renew the earth with environmentally-thoughtful designs
* You will wear Naya because they are beautiful, and you will love them because they are good for your body, spirit and the earth.
I had a chance to try a shoe from their knotted luxury collection (pictured below) and a pair from their Fall/Winter line (pictured above) and I absolutely love them. I have NEVER (and when I say never I mean it) been able to buy a pair of shoes online and have them fit me in all the right places. They are either too tights in the toes, too wide in the heals, too long or too short, but these Naya shoes fit like a glove. On top of that, the soft material didn't cause any blisters and no breaking in was necessary, as they were comfortable from the start! I really like that this collection is made of chrome-free leather with knotted detailing and biodegradable latex foam cushioning under the lining. It makes is so perfect for any occasion. The other thing I really liked about this shoe is that the outsole made with recycled cork. Who knew you could get such stylish comfortable shoes while still being eco-friendly? I would buy another pair of these shoes in a heartbeat!!!
Disclaimer: Reviewed sample pair for review
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