4 Nordstrom shoes under $150 that we tested and approved
Like most young women in New York, I like to think of myself as a type Vietnamese type. I live fairly close to the fictional characters’ homes, find myself at the same restaurant even though 20 years have passed, and also quite a few relationship with shoes. At this exact moment, I am writing from my home, where many pairs are lined up outside my closet. Unlike Miss Bradshaw, I am unlucky to have a walk-in closet and am trying to fit them all into small spaces. I gave up and now they’re still scattered all over the place my little space. They look so beautiful that I don’t feel uncomfortable at all.
A struggle I have with the world of Online Shopping We’ve fully embraced the search for shoes that really fit and aren’t too uncomfortable. We’ve all seen this photo of a propped model with a subtle glint in her eyes wearing the shoes you’re eyeing. She looks very happy, so they must be comfortable. Well, that’s not always the case, so I decided to do some field reporting.
Take a quick taxi to the top of Nordstrom in New York City led me to what most people would consider heaven: thousands of pairs of shoes in front of me as I tried on everything that caught my eye. The experience is quite magical and I highly recommend a visit if that’s convenient for you, but for the most part, online shopping is king. That’s why you’ll find that I’ve gathered the best of the best below. After trying styles for over $1,000, I decided in this installment of If the shoe fits, we’ll keep it under $150. I’m in the age of my smart money move so that means my next shoe ride will be affordable.
Some of the pairs I’ve tried don’t fit well, some are too hard to get into, and others are a bit outdated for the new world we live in. You can count on the following Editor checked and approved. I think you deserve to pick a pair or two.