My new GM do not work. Even though the shoe is tight and snug when my foot is cold. As soon as my foot is warmed up I sank horribly. Like all of a sudden my foot had this opportunity to just fold in on itself! I think my foot literally curls and the trick is to find a low profiled shoe that will keep my metatarsals flat. Even though Gaynors are a very low profiled shoe.
I’m going to try a few fitting methods but I’m not sure they’ll work. Otherwise I’ll continue to wear my Grishkos.
I’m also taking a break to Vegas. See my Dad, dance some more at that awesome studio. Go get fitted there see if there are any shoes that work. Relax a little with my Husband.
Sounds like for the market I have in my area and the US for such thin compressible feet the Grishkos will be my only bet.
I still want to try the freeds. They didn’t feel clunky like grishkos. No doubt why the box in freeds would break down easier.
Why feet why?! I hope my future children’s feet aren’t so impossible!
I bought new shoes. Finally being realistic, my GMs were not sized correctly. I was having issues feeling my toes after a while and realized it was affecting my dancing. So now I have smaller thinner and narrower GM shoes. They fit like a glove.
I also was able to try a decent pair of Freeds that we’re not ginormous and made my feet look GORGEOUS. It was extremely hard to pull up and not fall forward.
I also bought some new feet accessories to protect my outside bunion. One of the big issues I have with shoes and special metatarsal supporting wings. Hate. Now with my jelly toes, I hopefully won’t get any more blisters on my right pinky toe.
I’m very tempted to get a pair of the freeds, they look so nice but break down so easily. Hopefully the GM will work wonders now that they fit.
My Dog’s toes smell like Fritos.
I dip dyed ballet wrap skirts! Wrap skirts I made. I’m getting ready to overhaul and make a big update to my etsy store!
These skirts are still WIP as they need to be washed now.
I hope you’re all excited about them as I am 😀