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Excited to be Back at Work, with Naturalizer

November 4, 2015







A few months ago I was approached by Naturalizer to try a pair of their shoes from their new, unique collection called Naturalizer@work. According to an article on the average nurse takes 986 steps…..PER HOUR! My nursing shifts are usually 8-12 hours long (which equals 7,888-11,832 steps a day), and my mommy shifts are usually 13-14 hours long (Which means I hardly ever sit.)

As a working woman in the healthcare industry, my two characteristics of a good shoe are: comfort and style. As an emergency room nurse, most of my day is spent on my feet providing care to patients. These shoes provide both comfort, and support without leaving my feet sore, or tired at the end of the day. After my first 12-hour shift back on the unit, my toes, and feet felt great!  For all the nurses out there, I would HIGHLY recommend these shoes!!! They are the most comfortable pair of nursing shoes I have owned. I have received many compliments from my coworkers about how stylish these shoes are. The shoes are so versatile, and comfy, that I started wearing them outside of work. I throw on a pair of skinny jeans, and an oversized sweater with these shoes, and I can be out of the house in a pinch.

I tried the Fanfare style shoes in animal print.

Some features of the shoe:
Leather or faux leather upper in a casual tailored style with a round toe
Slip-on entry
Ruched details at the vamp
Padded collar for long-lasting comfort
Removable Ortholite comfort foam insole
Lux sueded sock with Agion antimicrobial technology
N5 Comfort technology for a flexible sole, lightweight materials, extra cushioning, heel-to-toe balance, and a breathable lining
Oil-resistant and slip-resistant outsole, 2 inch heel

I recommend any pair of shoes from the new collection: Naturalizer@work to anyone in the healthcare field that is looking for versatile, comfortable, and stylish shoes!

Thanks for stopping by!

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