Shoes to Take on Vacation
By Editorial Staff
by Catalogs.com Info Guru Angela Bushong
It is down to the wire, and you are almost packed for your big getaway.
You’ve got your clothes, your mp3 player for the road (or flight), a map of your destination, a few paperback novels you’ve been meaning to get to, toiletries, and maybe even your passport. Now it’s time to decide on your shoes.
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10. Casual Flats
Casual flats are your wear anywhere shoes, and you really can’t leave home without them. These will be your trusty default shoes when you don’t know what else to wear (or you don’t want to bother trying to figure it out).
9. Hiking Shoes
If your travels include hitting the trails, then make sure you pack the right hiking shoes. Do not compromise on this one. Your back, knees, and feet will thank you for it later.
8. Something Dressy
Vacations mean time to relax and take it easy, but that doesn’t mean you won’t want to dress up at some point. Some nice shoes to go with your out-to-dinner outfit are a definite must. You don’t want to get an invite for a night on the town, only to find you’ve only packed your sneakers, do you?
7. Something Designer
There are some vacations which call for donning something absolutely posh. If you’re hitting Rodeo Drive or hobnobbing with society’s upper crust, now is the time to splurge on some designer shoes. Treat yourself. Trips like these don’t happen every day.
6. Spa Shoes
If your upcoming itinerary includes some very well deserved spa time, you’ll want to come prepared with your own spa shoes. Lightweight but amazingly durable, spa shoes don’t flinch at getting a little wet, they dry out quickly, and typically have non-slip soles to keep you from having any embarrassing (and painful) spills on the resort floor.
5. Muck Boots
There’s vacationing, and then there’s roughing it; and maybe you have plans to do a little of both. Visiting a bison ranch, or going mudding with your crazy cousins? What you need are muck boots. Rugged and waterproof, these babies are made to get dirty.
It almost isn’t a vacation if you don’t get some sand between your toes, and it would be a shame to leave behind that most classic of summertime footwear, the humble yet oh so practical sandal. Men and women, let those tootsies breathe. It’s hot outside!
3. Ankle Boots
These classy little numbers are a great option to jazz up your “away” wardrobe. Ankle boots are fun and ride that line between dressy and casual like the little pros they are. Stash a black pair and a brown in the suitcase, so you’ll have something that truly goes with anything.
2. GOOD Walking Shoes
For all the relaxing you intend on doing, keep in mind that a lot of vacations include a fair bit of walking. Do yourself a favor and pack a good pair of true walking shoes to keep your dogs relatively pain free, no matter how many miles they tread.
1. Comfy Slippers
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Okay, now for some real relaxation. You are on your way to recharge your batteries, let it all go, and be comfy. Pack your slippers. Nothing says, “I am here to unwind” like a pair of fuzzy house shoes on your feet.
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