Azalea Hunting in Houston with My New Comfortiva Brileigh Sandals
Spring is FINALLY here in Texas! If you have not been to Houston before, March is such an amazing time to visit! The weather is still below 80, the humidity is bearable but the best part, EVERYTHING is in bloom, especially the Azaleas. The bright pinks and fluffy textures just makes me smile want to grab a twirly dress. We could hardly wait to play at our favorite park in Houston and stroll along the Azalea-lined walking trails.
The bright and vibrant colors from the Azaleas truly inspires me to step out in style in fun spring fashions. All my maxi dresses and ruffled skirts were practically begging to be let out of the closet! When I found the Brileigh sandal by Comfortiva, I knew it would be my go-to sandal for the spring. If you haven’t tried on a Comfortiva shoe before, your feet will be in for a treat! Comfortiva shoes are designed for women who refuse to sacrifice comfort yet want the latest fashions as well. What’s really special about Comfortiva is their multiple footbed technology and flexible construction.
The Brileigh sandal features an Exclusive Pillowtop® footbed. Every step is like walking on a personal cloud. My biggest complaint about slider style sandals has been the lack of foot support. The Brileigh provides incredible arch support for a slide sandal. I just adore the stacked heel look with a small heel.
The Brileigh is now my go-to sandal for everyday wear. The multicolored woven leather reminds me of something an artisan would have custom created on one of our trips to a far corner of the world. The quality is superb and the best part is how they feel and fit on my foot. Chasing after a biking and running toddler is a ton of fun but my shoe sure needs to keep up too! The Brileigh really has it all! I can’t wait to style them with a pair of high-waisted jean short or dress them up with a brightly colored skirt! Check out all the cute colors this perfect spring sandal comes in!
If you are in the Houston Area, for the best place to take pictures of Azaleas, be sure to check out Hermann Park and the gardens and walk ways right outside of Museum of Natural Science. Do it fast before they disappear until next year!