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The Most Comfortable Shoes, As Told By People Who Are on Their Feet All Day
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Being on your feet all day is a particular kind of hell — just ask any of the nurses, bartenders, waitresses, custodians, or teachers in your life. When sitting is a rarity, finding the right pair of shoes is crucial, lest it’s your goal to become a frequent flyer at the podiatrist's office. (As someone who worked in retail for years, of this I am sure.)

So what shoes aren’t torture? And which ones won’t cause all sorts of bodily harm after years of wear? Here, seven people who stand all day shared their tips on the most comfortable pairs they own, from Crocs and Danskos to the best Nike sneakers. Beware, though: Some of them are admittedly function over fashion, but hey — ugly shoes are back.

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Not in one of the four cities holding Rebecca Minkoff sample sales this week? (That’s New York, Chicago, San Fran, and LA, by the way.) Then shop it online: Discounts are up to 70% off, and the selection is plentiful. For handbags — so appealingly organized by color — there’s reliable RM classics like the Mini 5 Zip ($98) and Mini M.A.C. ($131) crossbodies, larger ones like this shopper tote that’s almost $200 off at $98, plus some cute, colorful tasseled styles, including a blush pink clutch ($120). There’s also shoes (like $65 fringed sandals and $75 velvet boots), plus clothing and jewelry for well under $100 and Uri Minkoff bags for men.

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Barack Obama’s Post-Presidency Look, Explained
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Barack Obama’s post-presidency style is a balm for tired eyes. There’s an unwavering dedication to a sharp black-and-white ensemble, and some sunglasses if we’re lucky. It’s essentially unchanging except for the fact that he seems to lose a button on his shirt every time he’s seen out, as pointed out by Business Insider.

This uniformity isn’t surprising; Obama’s spoke in the past about not wasting decision-making energy on what he should wear. In the same 2012 Vanity Fair interview, he said you’d hardly ever catch him in anything but a gray or blue suit (we all remember #tansuitgate, though). Now, 44 is strip-teasing at a snail’s pace on his way to street style stardom.

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Reese Witherspoon's Collab With Net-A-Porter Is Super Cute
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Reese Witherspoon always looks great (especially in Big Little Lies), but have you seen her clothing and lifestyle label, Draper James? Some of the items — gingham sandals, A-line floral dresses — are super cute, and I can imagine a stylish person like Witherspoon wearing them. But some of it... some of it’s a little corny. I’m not the target demo (more of a Yankee tomboy than a Southern belle) so I know it’s not even supposed to speak to me, but things like this bunny sweater ($150) or this “Hold Your Horses” T-shirt ($38) have always cast a frumpy shadow over the label in my mind.

That’s why I was surprised to learn that Draper James is collaborating with Net-a-Porter, and even more surprised when I checked out the goods and actually really liked (almost) all of it. To give you a reference point, it looks sort of like if J.Crew or Anthropologie did a capsule collection on Southern style — lots of bright, feminine prints, from flamingos to florals to colorful checkers, and crisp white cotton and lace, all in both classic and more modern silhouettes, from rompers and A-line skirts to off-shoulder tops and maxi dresses.

Available as of this morning, the collection is definitely worth checking out if you’ve got any graduation parties, weddings, or other summer engagements to shop for. See some of our favorites below, and shop the full first drop now on (the second delivery launches June 5th).

See our favorite pieces from the collection >>
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