I’m a little bias here, but I think the heels are generally considered to look best on those who are in a more “trendy” age group. Because of this, I think it is important to wear low heels in order to make those who don’t look like they are in their teens (or even younger) feel more comfortable.
The best example I can think of of from my own personal experience is the first time I tried to buy shoes for an outfit that I already had. I had a pair of flats and was looking at them thinking, “Oh my gosh I hate this shoe.” I thought they were uncomfortable and high, but I wasn’t sure if that was really the case. While they weren’t exactly comfortable, they were certainly more comfortable than some of the other heels I had at the time.
I have to wonder about that.
I could be wrong, but I think some of the best heels are those that you’re already familiar with. To be sure you have a nice pair of shoes, try to wear them for a while. That way you’ll know whether they’re comfortable, and you’ll be able to tell when you have worn them enough. Also, some of the best heels are the ones that you don’t actually have to wear too often.
I love those heels, and I use my pair like a regular pair of shoes, but I do wear them often. Sometimes I wear them every two months or so, and I’ve worn them enough that I can tell when they’re comfortable. It’s a good test, because I’ve always worn them at work.
Sometimes you can tell when two pairs of shoes are the same, whether theyre comfortable, and theyre just different shades or soles. This is where I say you need to wear your shoes for a while – like a month. That way youll get to know them. If you have to wear them for less than a month, youll be wearing them too much, your foot will swell, and theyll hurt.
I think if you only wear your shoes for a month youll never be able to tell if they are comfortable. Like I said, this is when you can tell when two pairs of shoes are the same. If you get too worn out in one pair after a month, youll be wearing them to death, and it will hurt. It can also work the other way around, too.
When I first started wearing low heel shoes, I found myself in a situation where I had to wear them for a month. Although it was only 6 months in total, it was a long time. My feet had gotten callouses and gotten really big, so I could feel them swell up. The shoes hurt, and I had to wear them for a month. I ended up wearing them to death.
I’ve been wearing these heels for a while now, and I have to say that I am loving them. They feel so good when I put them on, and they also help with my posture and relieve some of the pressure on my feet. Plus, they look pretty cool, and I’m a sucker for sexy heels.
Well, it sounds like you have a good handle on your feet. I love my heels, too. But sometimes I just want to go back to my old ways, so I end up wearing my heels until they fall apart (or they fall apart and I have to go back to old ways). I don’t know that I would wear those heels on a regular basis. But I really love them.