A study from the Spine Health Institute reveals that over two-thirds of women wear high heels to look more attractive. There is no lie in the. There is this evident elegance, and bossy energy women on heel exude. A nice pair of heels could make any outfit go from moderate to super-hot.
However, most women think heels are uncomfortable and cause pain. After a couple of hours, they have to switch the flats they have somewhere and tuck the heels away. You should not have to sacrifice convenience at the altar of fashion. This is why we will be showing you how to select high-quality heels that promise great comfort.
Here are some empirical tips to help you select the perfect heels
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Pick Your Size
We know the heels are beautiful and stylish. But leave those heels if they aren’t your size. People make a common mistake while shopping online – buying shoes without checking the sizing type or using a wrong conversion chart. This way, they might end up with a larger or smaller pair of heels.
The right fit should keep your feet in place. If they are loose, your feet might be moving up and down in the shoes, affecting your balance. If they are too tight, your toes crowd into a small space and leave you with crampy hammertoes, bunions, and corns. When you are choosing pointy heels, make sure there is enough room for your toes.
Walk With the Heels
Once you confirm the heels fit well, walk in them for a couple of minutes. This test helps you know how well you balance in them and how comfortable it is to walk in them. If the strap or rim is too tight, you might experience some itchiness and bruising. If you wobble in the heels or think it is not well-cushioned, don’t go for them.
Close heels might appear more elegant. However, if you feel some discomfort after walking in them for a while, you should consider open heels. They are more comfortable and better aerated. It is also a good choice for people with wide feet.
Know what Heel Height You are Comfortable With
Whether you wear heels regularly or just considering them, you must understand what height you are most comfortable in. While some women can dance salsa in a cm high pair of heels, some might find is challenging to walk in anything higher than 5cm. Know your limits by starting small and gradually increasing the height till you are fine.
It would also help to know that the higher the heels, the more pressure you are putting on your back, forefoot, and ankles. So high-heels should not be everyday wear.
Know How Often and The Occasion for the Heels.
A 10-cm high pair of heels might be suitable for a party, but too much of a distraction for a formal dinner. The occasion should determine what type of heel you select. The duration of the outing is also essential. Selecting very high heels might be a bad idea if the outing would be considerably long. If you have to do a lot of standing or walking about, you should go with lower heels.
What clothes you have in your closet
As you go through your options for heels, picture your closet – the clothes and accessories you have in there. If you do not have the wardrobe to suit a pair of heels, consider shopping for suitable clothes or choose another pair of heels altogether. Otherwise, you will have a pair of heels you have always wanted, but you have no clothes to combine them with.
You should not be ashamed of keeping a failproof pair of flats or flip-flops somewhere. Don’t rush into buying heels if you do not want to waste money. Carefully consider your options and all we have mentioned. Don’t just go for style or beauty; consider your comfort too. Opt for quality heels as they are more likely to be better padded and more comfortable