Don't Get Ugly Step-Sister Face, Get Naturalizer!

Right now, thousand of bloggers are making plans for the biggest event of the year. BlogHer is like the Cinderella ball of the Blog Kingdom. It's full of workshops, and networking, and parties galore.

There's nothing like planning for a big event. The excitement rises as you get closer to the date. You make plans for the perfect outfit and accessories, and, of course, the shoes! Everyone knows the shoes make the outfit. But let's face it, it doesn't matter how cute your shoes are if they leave you with "Ugly Step-sister Face"!

You know, "USSF," It's the look you get from wearing shoes just because their cute, regardless of how they fit, or feel. Sure the shoes were fine in the store but once you've worn them all around BlogHer, soon, you'll be looking like this:


and then this:


 and finally, yup, you guessed it, Ugly Step-sister Face:


 I don't care how cute your shoes are, NOBODY looks cute when their feet hurt!

The good news is, there is a cure for "USSF" and it doesn't require a fairy godmother, (though if you know one, send her my way because I have some other wishes to make.) 


Naturalizer wants you to be both stylish and comfortable. Their new line for Fall is full of trendy cute shoes, that effortlessly blend style and comfort.

With styles like this:
And, this:
You can be both fashionable and functional, and, you can go from "Ugly Step-Sister Face" to 

This:

"Happy Princess of the Ball"

If I'm selected to represent Naturalizer at BlogHer 2011, I'll be on the lookout for "USSF" so I can provide a "shoe rescue" to those of you in need of more comfort, and I'll also be looking for the #Naturalizer hashtag on Twitter to provide a "shoe rescue" to those in need of more style. You'll now me by the Princess of the Ball Tiara on my head, and of course the smile on my face because I'll be wearing fashionably functional Naturalizer shoes.

To find out more about Naturalizer's trendy and comfortable shoes, follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

This post is for my entry in a contest sponsored by Naturalizer and Brown Shoe Company, Inc.