Sole Bliss launch new summer shoe collection for women with bunions

Have you been searching for a combination of comfort and style? Then look no further. Shoe brand, Sole Bliss has all your needs covered ladies.

Forget about the painstaking task of trying to squeeze into your favourite pair of heels.

Sole Bliss has developed a special shoe technology called Juanet Technology® that accommodates for the touchy subject of bunions with wide fitting, elasticated fabric. So that you can look your best, while feeling it too.

The brand has got a royal seal of approval by Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall and has been seen wearing the classic styles at a variety of events. Another fan favourite of whom was pictured at the Epsom Derby last year was Dame Helen Mirren.

The brand’s designer, Lisa Kay, has recently expanded their collection to open up even more options for their audience. This includes the debut of their very first summer wedge. One thing you can identify in their summer launch is how they’re trying to accommodate a variety of ages.

Keeping with their core aesthetic of classic styles, they have evolved with adding on trend prints and bold colours to make them the perfect upgrade to any outfit.

The Thea Black Suede heel is one our favourites that can be used to dress up any outfit. Whether you’re going out for lunch, or going out for some cocktails. These are a wardrobe must.

With wedding season around the corner, this stylish twist to the classic ‘Carmen’ style is the perfect combination of eye-catching metallics and on trend prints. The brand also has matching accessories to create a complete look for the big day.

The block heel is the perfect height to elongate your legs, with the comfort of wearing flats.

Strut in style with the new ‘Willow’ peep-toe wedge, which comes in either Camel leather or Black suede. Embrace the weather by pairing the shoe with a plain white tee and light jeans or a summery midi dress.

Available now at SoleBliss.com, with prices starting from £159.

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