Do shoes dictate personality?
Rachel Weisz recently told Lucky magazine that shoes make the person, but what if they cause bunions?
In a recent interview, actress Rachel Weisz talked to Lucky magazine about fashion and what it can say about an individual.
She said that in the majority of her roles, the footwear chosen for the character often matches their personality. Weisz explained that this extends to real life as well.
"Shoes can turn you into someone else in an instant," Weisz said, quoted by the news source.
Other celebrities agree, like designer Jimmy Choo. He has been quoted as saying that shoes affect an individual's personality, making them feel comfortable or sexy depending on the footwear.
There may be some truth to this, based on the observation that women who wear high heels often look a little angry or uncomfortable. Pumps and stilettos are known to cause bunions or hammer toe, which are painful conditions affecting the toes.
Ladies who wish to wear their heels with a smile on their face may want to try bunion splints or orthotics, which have been known to help prevent or correct bunions or hammer toe without the need for bunion surgery.