Womens Sandals Online
From sandals and flats, to heels and boots, the possibilities are abundant when it comes to shoe styles and designs for women. It is important for a woman to have a quality pair of sandals in her closet to toss on for a casual day out, or even a nice warm evening out with friends.
There are several different styles of sandals, offering a solution to fit nearly all fashion needs. While flat sandals are most common, they are not the most comfortable, and seem to work against you. When choosing sandals online at Brand House Direct, it is important to consider the same factors you would consider when choosing a new pair of sneakers, or any other shoe. Comfort is important, and durability is even more valuable. Think about it, we walk on hard concrete, and often times hard solid flooring, flat sandals offer little support and are not the best option for constant walking.
The Walking Company offers several options for womens sandals. Customers have the ability to choose from several different non-flat sandals. Most of the sandals offered come with a built in insole to provide extra support and comfort. More often than not we have to compromise style for comfort, and we often pay for it at the end of the day, when can barely make it back to our cars in our super cute, yet super uncomfortable footwear. Choosing sandals that are comfortable is much more than choosing sandals that are appealing to the eyes. Be sweet to your feet!
Since October 2007, Hannah’s Chance Foundation has been the passionate voice in the fight against sarcoma. Sarcoma is a type of cancer that predominantly affects young people between the ages 12 and 25. There are various types of sarcomas, all of which are very aggressive and almost 50 per cent of sufferers do not survive. Hannah’s Chance Foundation aims to raise valuable funds for medical research into finding a cure for sarcoma. The Foundation is also focused on helping to provide sarcoma patients and their families with comfort and support once they are diagnosed and on their journey.
The establishment of Hannah’s Chance Foundation was the dream of Hannah Ciobo-O’Driscoll, daughter of Australian swimming great Tracey Wickham and Robert Ciobo, and Hannah’s husband Tom O’Driscoll. Hannah fought very bravely against the rare synovial sarcoma for three years until she lost her battle on 2 October 2007, aged 19. Tom suffered from Ewings sarcoma, but fortunately is now in remission.
Hannah and Tom felt it was extremely important to raise both awareness of sarcomas and the funds needed to further research into this under-resourced area. Due to the limited amount of research currently being undertaken on sarcomas there is every possibility that, with the community’s support, Hannah’s Chance Foundation can make a significant difference to the lives of thousands of sarcoma sufferers in Australia and around the world.
Since our inception in 2007, our support network has grown and we now have many sarcoma survivors who have joined our fight against sarcoma