High-heeled shoes should also be a girl’s best friend but many dread even the thought of wearing them on a day to day basis. This is because if you’re really not up to the challenge of wearing them, it can be tiresome especially for those who have back, knee and feet problems. Very few people are comfortable wearing high heels for longer hours, including myself; yet I must say I envy women who can stand and walk on heels and make it look so effortless.
I rarely wear high-heels nowadays, I don’t know if I am already too old for them but since I commute to and fro from my where I work, wearing high heels is not a pretty good option. I’m also kinda lazy to bring a pair of heels so I can wear them when I arrive at work and then just remove them before I go home. Although I once in awhile I do wear heels especially when I am to attend a very special occasion or event; or when I really need to be dressed up.
But then again, let’s not focus on the negative aspect but on the pros instead. Wearing high-heels instantly boosts a simple outfit and gives any OOTD that sense of elegance and femininity. It is also a way of saying that one is already a woman and gone are the days of your tomboyish years. High-heelsgive you that polished look and that much needed extra boost in height because it elongates your legs giving the illusion that you are taller than you really are.
Donning a pair of high-heels shouldn’t be so daunting especially if you know what to do to avoid wobbling in them or poise-less-ly falling off. I think you should first start with low-heeled shoes; practice walking and be comfortable in a specific heel height then go on an inch higher as you master walking, until you can tolerate up to until 4-inched heels. It is also better if you’ll choose ones with chunkier heels and platforms because these will give more support and surface area.
Always buy and wear the right your right shoe size to avoid blisters (if shoes are smaller) and slipping forward (if shoes are bigger). It would also be beneficial if you’ll use those jelly insoles that gives the balls of your feet cushion and absorbs shock, some even prevent you from slipping forwards; based on my own experience using them, they are super beneficial. It is also a good practice to break-in your heelsby wearing them around the house or for an hour outside before you use it for longer hours so that your feet can adjust.
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