I Use a Hairdryer to Make My Leather Shoes More Comfortable—Let Me Explain
No one likes breaking in leather shoes. As any fashion lover will know, it can sometimes take weeks for shoes to become wearable and, sadly, your poor feet become collateral damage. It seems so wrong that such beautiful things can inflict such pain—but it is a necessary evil. January has got to be one of the most popular months of the year for breaking-in, with many lucky people being gifted leather goods over Christmas—however it’s these individuals that will also be seen hobbling at rush hour, cursing their new brogues. If this sounds all too familiar, then listen up because I’ve got a simple hairdryer trick that will make blister plasters a thing of the past.
Read on to discover my top tips for breaking in leather shoes.