Tieks boast Italian leather and retail for $165 to $295, and rightly so for all the reviews women are leaving. Oprah herself is a fan. The greatest fear while acquiring a pair of Tieks it’s their elevated price. Customers are eager to know why such simple ballet flats have a high price; a pair cost $175. This is a worry to most clients, especially when one is about to confirm payments. I, too, was frightened when I decided to get my first pair in April 2016. I decided to take chances since I realized they were worth it. My pair is one of the monastic shoes on my wardrobe, ever since I decided to purchase five more pairs.
Their design and styles are:
- Classis – In this design, they are made of solid-colored, and they are manufactured using grade leather
- Prints – They are manufactured using quality leather with fun leopard prints, dotted and shiny
- Patents – They are solid and dyed, manufactured using clear leather.
- Vegan – In this design, they are not manufactured using animal hides.
Steps to consider while sizing up and down:
- If you wear medium size, figure out the largest feet.
- Figure out whether your largest foot feels capacious or confined in the medium size.
- If your huge foot feels confined, scrutinize your pair. Even though they extend, they won’t extend enough for you to feel snuggly as you should
- When your huge foot feels more capacious, go for a smaller pair since they are manufactured using stretching materials that confine them on both feet.
About foot sweat and odor:
Tieks Patent leather and Prints penetrate little air due to their mold, though this should not increase the rate at which you sweat.
Below are ways of dealing with smelly Tieks:
- If you have a drenching foot, buy a pair of delinquent socks like Geeks to soak up your sweat.
- If your pair smells, I will urge that you spume fumigant in your Tieks; while you’re not wearing them, you may sprinkle some fabric freshener.
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