The first thing to ensure when putting shoes with shorts is that the shoes themselves have not been designed only to look good with pants or a full-length skirt or gown. In general, you want shoes that look "light." That is, you want shoes that don't stand out in the face of your now-bare legs.
Then there are casual shoes and boots. They are comfortable yet stylish and their insoles are removable. Your feet will just feel superb in these casuals. Then there are dress shoes with pumps and heels that make them very sophisticated. With the right type of dress, these shoes will make you look like a princess. Finally, most firms that distribute such types of shoes also supply a number of therapeutic shoes. If your physician has prescribed that you get therapeutic shoes, these firms will show you the perfect pair for your unique condition. Most physicians actually just prescribe such shoes for the therapeutic healing of their patients. Therapeutic shoes also have insoles that are removable with space that is urgently required for orthotics.