Women wearing high heels look stunning and that’s an indisputable fact. However, wearing high-heeled shoes always goes together with some sort of discomfort. They often rub the skin in a painful way and may cause pain in the feet or legs. There is no need to put up with this since there are several tricks for choosing the perfect footwear that will make your life easier and your feet happier.
Bright Side studied some simple footwear rules that can increase a woman’s chances of getting the most comfortable pair of shoes and wearing them without having to suffer.
No matter how much you love high heels, you’ll have to opt for more modest options for everyday use. Frequent wearing of high heel shoes harms our health greatly and traumatizes our knee joints and ligaments in the long run. The appearance of spinal problems is there on the list too. They say beauty is a pain, but do we really have to bear it when all we need to do for a more comfortable life is shorten the length of high heels by a couple centimeters? You can either alternate high heels with flat shoes or opt for a shorter and more comfortable heel:
You’ll need to use a more complex trick to choose your “going-out” shoes. However, don’t worry — it’s worth it because these methods will help you choose the ideal heel height for you individually. The good news is that in most cases, the heel will be higher than 2-4 cm.
Heel tips and the position of the heel. As we have already mentioned, feet should neither be constrained too much in shoes nor should the shoes be too loose. Your feet should simply be fixed in the shoe. In order to understand how comfortable a selected pair of shoes is for you, don’t feel lazy or awkward about walking a little more when trying them on. Also, pay attention to the position of the heel — it shouldn’t be “curved” — turned outward or inward. If it is, these shoes will cause too many issues when wearing them and will break down really fast too.
Are you aware of any other tricks that might help you to avoid unsuccessful purchases? Please share them with us in the comments!
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