More Happy Shoes from Alegria!

I love it when Alegria announces new patterns and colors (as well as new models) to its line. By far, these choices are the most interesting of any brand I’ve ever seen. I really enjoy shoes that are not bland or boring, and Alegrias are anything but! Here’s some of the new styles that have piqued my interest.

Alegria Women’s Abbi – this is a lace-up shoe! You can really get a customized fit this way. The embossed pattern adds elegance, and the shoe is available in Black, Brown, or Surreal (a floral pattern) leather. The mild rocker sole alleviates metatarsal pressure, yet the flat heel provides stability in the shoe. It’s a good choice for those with Plantar Fasciitis or who do a lot of standing during the day. You can even insert your own custom orthotics into this shoe.

Alegria Women’s Classic Breezy – this clog is available in a bunch of beautiful colors, including my favorite, Dusty Rose Leather. I love the leather cut-outs in the upper. This is an easy-to-wear shoe that contains all of the usual fantastic features of every Alegria shoe, like the removable patented interlocking footbed system with latex, memory foam and cork. It’s comfortable, stylish, and can go with a bunch of outfits in my wardrobe.

Alegria Women’s Classic Fabric – here’s a new twist on an existing favorite model. Alegria has added some intricate fabric and patent leather to the Classic style. It’s a very unique style that lovers of pattern will really enjoy. Of course, lovers of good arch support will also be thrilled.

Alegria Women’s Kaitlyn – this could be your next favorite everyday shoe. It’s a Mary Jane style, yet provides a more secure fit than most Mary Janes you’ve probably seen. Available in White Floral Leather, Dark Floral Leather, and Black Nappa Leather, this really cute shoe is also stain resistant and slip resistant. I really love the floral patterns, they just exude happiness.

Why wear boring shoes? Check out the new colors and patterns from Alegria. Discover why they’re called happy shoes!

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