#WhatsHotNow, footwear,Gia On the Move

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This little piggy went to market (uncomfortably shopping all day).
This little piggy stayed home (icing sore toes and such).
This little piggy had roast beef (sitting is always a better option, right?).
This little piggy had none (nothing to wear is no fun at all!).
But this little piggy went
Wee wee weeeeeeeee!!!
I’m gonna dance my whole way home!

Bye-bye band-aids, blisters and bunions, style meets science in a new festive footwear brand just in time for holiday spirits and all year long – we’re game!

Here’s the skinny — developed by a podiatrist, Vionic footwear features patent pending built-in Orthaheel technology, which counteracts the daily grind of walking on hard and unnatural surfaces, providing much-needed relief from pain in your feet, knees, legs and lower back, by realigning feet to their natural (neutral) position. And the styles are pretty decent too.

Gia On The Move

 

Willow Ballet Flat $119.95 As a perfect finishing touch to party outfit, the Willow is rhinestone encrusted to make this supportive ballet flat sparkle. Patent pending technology is included to allow ladies to mingle pain free all night.

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Minna Ballet Flat $119.95  The Minna may look dainty but it is constructed to provide support. Sophisticated animal prints add the perfect amount of pizzaz to the feminine ballet flat form.

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Hayes Wedge $129.95  Take comfort to new heights with this podiatrist designed wedge featuring a feminine floral applique. Great for days spent with the family or for evenings at the Nutcracker, the Hayes wedge unites height and support.

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Georgia ankle boot $159.95  These boots are made for walking! The georgia combines a healthy low heel and biomechanical technology to keep ladies dancing all night. Subtle rivets adorn the sides for the perfect amount of bling. 

Vionic is the only footwear recommended by both the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and renowned integrative medicine doctor, Andrew Weil, MD. 

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