Heels can be really glamorous – but walking in them can be such a pain sometimes. That's why I've picked out top tips for walking in heels and how to add that touch of sophistication.
First of the tips for walking in heels: take some time.
When we walk in heels we tend to want to walk double the pace and take fast steps – but that is not the easiest way to go about it.
When you walk extremely quickly in heels it could make it seem quite obvious that you are not used to them, so try to keep the pace natural.
And remember, it’s not like walking normally so don’t expect to zoom around everywhere.
Been wondering why you can never walk properly in that particular pair of heels? Well, maybe they are not the right size for you.
It’s not the best for your feet to be sliding around in shoes that are too big for you.
And it’s not any better if they’re tight. Shoes that are too small will make you feel cramped and create feet pain.
When walking in heels, try to lean back slightly.
Don't be scared to use up some space & try to avoid bunching everything together.
Again, you’ll look and feel more confident about it all.
Walking in heels all day, can be hard, even for the most experienced wearer.
If you don’t wear yourself out, you are more likely to walk with grace when you slip the shoes back on.
Instead of looking at your feet as you take each step, try focusing in on your destination.
This will help you reach your destination smoothly instead of wobbling around everywhere. Eyes ahead.
If your feet are killing you from walking in heels, here’s something that can help - Metatarsal Pads.
They contain gel which cushions and absorbs pressure from being on your feet all day.
The more comfortable you are, the easier it will be to rock those heels.
Practice, Practice, Practice!
Another key thing to remember is: Don’t start with 5 inch stilettos.
In little time, you’ll be able to walk (reasonably comfortably) with grace and elegance in higher heels.
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