It's good from up here

I do love heels. I just need to learn how to walk in them.

My strategy is to go for something that straps my foots in - a T-bar or a boot is my best friend. It will make me feel secure and maybe, just maybe, I will be able to walk normally.

So for the last two days I have been tottering around in some Zara boots I rescued from my "archive" - "archive" being my wardrobe.

I got these last August, wore them once, loved them but somehow forgot about them. They "spoke" to me in the shop due to the fact that the inner platform soften the blow of the 2-3 inch heel and they had some nice gold detailing on the heel.


I sort of love them and I definitely love feeling taller. I am about  5ft 7 inches tall so with these, I compete with the big boys :) 

The view from up here:




What I wore them with:



Jacket: 7 For All Mankind
Top: Cheap Monday
Jeans: Cheap Monday

What's your heel-wearing strategy? :)

PS. I know for some of you this boot doesn't even count as a heel, so used you are to wearing vertiginous spikes. So tell me, what is your secret? :) 

8 comments:

  1. Hey there! I do love heels, but I just look silly when I walk one them, apart from the fact that my feet hurt so much after 10 minutes of wearing them... :S
    So the truth is that I love buying heels but I walk on flats on a daily basis... Sad but true!
    Yours are so sexy!
    Have a nice weekend!

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  2. Thanks girl! Good to see you here :)

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  4. i just finally got these lace pumps ive been after...the heel is about 3 inches but i realllyyy needed to get these shoes 1st time i saw them i was broke 2nd time there was one last pair left and it was damaged, 3rd time really is the charm!..so anyway...ive been told that you're supposed to keep your weight off the heel and on the toes for the most part...
    that did actually help me for about 10 minutes before my feet started hurting and cramping....i think

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  5. i think practice would help ...

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  6. I think once I've had a few drinks I seem to be able to walk in any height heel. It's probably cos I'm a bit looser all over and I've lost the uptight careful step that I may have when sober! So my theory - big strides and wiggle those hips!

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  7. It's easier to walk in heels when you swing your hips. :)

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  8. key is buying heels with at least an one inch platform= can;t even tell you are wearing heels! :)

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