Footwear for formal occasions. Dress shoes are usually made of more delicate materials such as suede, silk, satin, patent leather, or peau de soie. Dress shoes often feature eye-catching designs, richer colors, and decorative ornamentation. Examples are business shoes, evening shoes, bridal shoes, and prom shoes.
Life Stride Sling Shot
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Jeanie from Midland, TX
The shoe is very comfortable.
Wears this shoe: Work/church
Life Stride Rhonda Great sleek shoe
March 09, 2013
Reviewer: MJ2024 from Washington, DC
Perfect for both casual and formal attire. I don't usually do great in heels of this height but these are quite comfortable.
Wears this shoe: work and going out
Life Stride Sable color was wrong,,
March 02, 2013
Reviewer: haydee from San Salvador, El Salvador,
I love this shoes,however, it says rice color and the tone in the photo is like bone, or beige, and it came SAGE, they should say SAGE, as that is what it looks like and too bad, I kept them however as they are nice shoes, in the futures, do specify the color can divert from photo
Life Stride Belinda Comfy
December 20, 2012
Reviewer: Kym from Houston
They were comfortable from the first wear. No break-in time required. I have had both feet operated on and it's difficult to find comfy shoes!
Wears this shoe: Woot & weekend functions
Life Stride Linette Very comfortable
October 16, 2012
Reviewer: Nicole from Detroit, MI
I can wear these all day at work and not have sore feet by the end of the day. The padded footbed makes them really comfortable. My only two dislikes were that the sole does not provide much traction, so I feel it slipping a little on smooth surfaces (wood floor, tile, wet parking lot). Also, they look nice but I don't know how well they will hold up in the long run - they seem to be made with inexpensive materials.
Wears this shoe: Work