My WSJ story taking a deep dive into how shoes should fit, with the results of a U.K. survey that found the average shoe size has grown by two sizes.
Tips to take with you when you go shopping for shoes, including what time of day is best to try shoes on and why width matters as much as length.
I have some exciting professional news to share: I am now a senior style reporter and columnist at the WSJ.
Here is the announcement that went out to the newsroom last night: I am delighted to announce that Elizabeth Holmes will take on an expanded new role as a senior style writer. In her new position, Elizabeth will write a regular Personal Journal column on the marketing of style and changes in consumer habits, while also contributing to WSJ. Magazine, Off Duty, and other parts of the Wall Street Journal. The move reflects Elizabeth’s fantastic work finding new ways to tell deeply reported and virally popular stories. As our entire newsroom works aggressively to build audiences on digital platforms, on social media and in video, Elizabeth has been an important pioneer leading the way, while continuing to deploy the substantial reporting skills she has built up in eight years here covering presidential campaigns and the retail industry, among other subjects. She will continue to report to me. Please join me in congratulating Elizabeth on her new role.