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Women's Dress Shoes For Bunions




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  • Eco-Friendly Elegance

    Women’s dress shoes for bunions have a wide toe box that perfectly accommodates the widest part of your foot. They are made with sustainable material and eco-friendly soft upper that is comfortable for your feet and is environment friendly as well. The sustainable material ensures that it will not have adverse reactions on the environment.

  • Sustainable Chic

    Choosing the right shoe will help you to improve your lifestyle. If you want to look stylish and comfy at the same time then you should know how to style the wide toe box dress shoes for bunions perfectly. For a unique and perfect look, wear white shorts with a light blue dress shirt and bunion shoes. Wear a silk maxi dress with a white shirt jacket for a functional and stylish look.

  • Arch Focused Fashion

    If your shoes are irritating you and making you uncomfortable, then you should replace those shoes with bunion flats for women. Women’s bunion dressy flats give you the perfect arch support that is the game changer for every woman suffering from bunions. It is the key feature when buying bunion shoes because it helps to distribute your weight evenly.

  • Step With Relief

    Whenever you walk on a rough or hard surface, these wide toe box dress shoes for bunions will help you to provide enough comfort so that your foot condition doesn’t get worse. Women’s bunion dressy flats are comfortable to wear all day long as well as perfect to wear at work. If you wear flats for bunions that are too tight then it will cause your feet to hurt more, and you will remain uncomfortable all day long.

What Are Bunions?

The Metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint connects your toe bone to the bones in your foot. A bunion is a bony pump that forms at this joint due to external pressure. A bunion is also known as "Hallux Valgus" in Latin, where hallux means "big toe" and valgus means "pointing outwards."

A little bony hump is typical in the natural alignment of the foot, but it is more apparent and painful in a bunion. The normal alignment of this joint shifts, pushing the joint outwards and forcing the toe inwards. This problem takes time to develop and worsens if the underlying cause is not addressed. It can sometimes grow so terrible that the toe totally shifts onto the next finger.

What to consider when buying dress shoes for bunions?

Finding the proper wide toe dress shoes for bunions is a difficult task and imagine what it should look like when you are looking for shoes best for bunion. But the following are some features that will help you to find footwear to ease your pain.

Arch Support

Having footwear with good arch support is crucial to keep your feet in natural alignment. It helps your feet to move like they should. It also distributes your weight all over the feet and provides more grip; thus, reducing pressure on the toes. 

Supportive insoles

If your shoes do not come with arch support then you should try orthopedic insoles. It offers you walking support, extra cushioning, and comfort. Provides pain relief and scales back your discomfort.

Comfortable and Soft Upper

Your footwear must be cozy and lightweight to wear. Moreover, the upper part is manufacture of the soft and flexible material. Allowing your feet to move freely and the fabric does not rub or pinch against your toe while you are walking.  

Wide Width Shoes with Wide Toe Box

Because of bunions, you need some extra space in your footwear so that the bump does not pressurize by the thin toe box. In the initial stage, wearing the right wide-toe shoes with a cozy fit helps in preventing this condition from entering in next stage and provides enough room for your toes to spread.

Adjustable Depth Shoes

Select the footwear whose depth is easy to modify. It will not only give you adjustable room for your feet but also help in accommodating customized insoles or orthotics to lighten your pain. Additionally, these shoes will not allow your feet to slide as slipping can make your walking more vulnerable.

What to do if you have Bunions?

If you already have bunions then you should take the following measures to control this condition:

Bunion Pads and Shields

A toe covering pad is available in the market. They are soft; cushions and lend a hand in cutting some pain and avoid contact with shoes. But always select the proper size; the wrong selection can cause extra stress to your toes.

Wear Comfort Bunion Shoes With Arch Support

The proper bunion heel shoes with arch support and supportive insoles are crucial as they help make you stay comfortable. Opt for heels for bunions made of a soft and comfortable upper.

Orthopedic Insoles

Add customized orthopedic insoles in your shoes, this aids in removing some pain and provides stability and arch support to run your daily errands. 

Avoid High Heels

Avoid wearing pointed or high heels sandals and shift to more comfortable footwear with wide toe-space.

Stretching Exercises

Do some stretches and physical therapy to speed up your recovery and relax your muscles.

Pain Medication

Medicine recommended by the doctor also soothes your soreness and throbbing pain.

Consult a Podiatrist

Go to the consultant podiatrist, if nothing above works out then they will move towards a surgical approach to help you back to your daily healthy routine but this will take some time.

Symptoms of Bunion

One of the main red flags that is right in front of you is the bony bump, which is easily prominent in physical examination. While rest of the symptoms are stated below:

  • The bump gets stiff and sometimes numbs around the toe area.
  • In some cases, you can also see redness, swelling, or discoloration. 
  • Pain gets worse when increases the pressure on the MTP joint.
  • Facing difficulty in wearing pointed-toe and tight shoes; sometimes you even can’t wear your regular shoes.
  • In a bunion, the big toe shifts inwards and starts to rub with the next toe which causes the formation of calluses and corns.

Causes of Bunions

Multiple factors play a role in developing bunions and some of the reasons are mentioned below:

  • Apply pressure on the MTP joint for a long duration, but you should also know that you can’t have this in weeks or two. It usually takes months or a longer time to develop with constant pressure. 
  • Your daily standing routine and the way you walk.
  • High heels are also one of the causes of bunions, as the high heels change the natural alignment of feet, causing stress on the MTP joint and forcing the toe to move inside.
  • Wearing ill-fitted shoes can worsen the already present bunion condition.
  • This may also be the result of many health conditions like arthritis, lupus, and other inflammatory diseases.

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