Here are some tips that will help you look good, while remaining comfortable, in heels…
1. Buy the right size. Make sure that you get high heels that fit. The number one reason that people feel pain or get blisters or abrasions from their high heels is that they have shoes that aren’t the right size. Make sure there’s a thumbs width between your longest toe and the front of the shoe, to give your toes room to move. For heels, this means you may need to go up a size to get a comfortable fit.
2. Wear foot pads or insoles inside of the high heels. There are even some that are specifically designed to be used with high heels to reduce blistering and pain.
3. Consider choosing high heels that are a little bit thicker and provide more support for your feet.
4. You are more likely to get blisters and experience pain from high heels if you wear the same pair every single day. Change out your shoes often. Go between heels, flats and sneakers. Choose heels of varying sizes.
5. Take care of your feet. When you aren’t wearing shoes, you should be taking good care of your feet. Foot soaks, foot massages and general foot care will help to keep your feet healthy and less prone to pain when wearing high heels.
Keep Calm and Put Your Heels ON…Xo, DsaksInStyle