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high heels

A signal of end times, or a practical wardrobe addition?
It seems that every time I write a post about heels, I get numerous comments from women basically dismissing the post and telling me that they just can't wear heels. This makes me a little sad because while you can wear whatever you want if it makes you feel good, I don't think you should have to stay away from a shoe just because you think you can't.
There is no reason for your heels to be uncomfortable. Yes, we've all stood outside the nightclubs in sub-zero temperatures in heels and tank tops waiting to get in. That all ended the second we stopped being 20 or 21, so why do we still buy shoes that aren't comfortable?
It's quite simple, really!
But we can help you fix it!
After five decades of high-stepping through the world of fashion in heels, Barbie can finally switch it up.
A few months ago, I was hired to give a full-day training program to a group of executives on how to master their public speaking skills. At 10:30 a.m., when we reached our first break, I practically crawled to the washroom, where I hauled myself up onto the counter, my feet absolutely throbbing.
Whether they be colourful sandals, stylish mules or a classic pair of pumps, there's a summer heel for every occasion (and budget!).
Viral hashtags aren't going away anytime soon! Last year, the fashion world was obsessed with hashtags such as #WokeUpLikeThis
Those shoes you're wearing on your feet right now? Chances are, they're probably the wrong size. According to the British