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Friday Eye Candy: Sky High Heels

2/17/2012

It's no secret that I am a fan of high heels and I used to think that the higher the better.  4 inch platform pumps, bring it! Skinny stiletto heels, it's on! It also helps to note that years of dancing en pointe have rendered the nerve endings in my toes dead and therefore it is much easier for me to wear these towering confections than the average person.  One of my very best girlfriend and I were chatting the other day and she mentioned how high heels are getting.  I hadn't taken much notice, but the more I looked the more I realized that designers are challenging the already towering heights of heels.  While I appreciate the looks, I have to wonder, how comfortable are these shoes and how feasible are they for women to walk in?

One of my biggest pet peeves are women who wear fabulous heels, but then have NO idea how to walk in them or rock them.  My best advice if you are going to wear these towering beauties is to PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE at home before you make your debut on the street.  Also, cushion inserts always help from a comfort level if you are going to invest in them.


Sky High Heels


Christian Louboutin platform pumps, $1,075
Alexander McQueen platform stiletto heels, $543
Yves Saint Laurent red heels, $795
Brian atwood pumps, $580

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3 comments

  1. I agree, and those glitter heels will take some practice even for someone like me who is used to wearing heels!

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  2. I was just saying the same thing to my friend the other day. Heels just keep getting higher and there is no way I can walk in them. Love those Brian Atwood pumps!

    Xo,
    Angela

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  3. ove the second one from Christian Louboutin !

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