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How To Find The Right Heels For Your Feet- Fashionable Heels.


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When I shop for shoes the first thing on my mind is the type of shoe I want and next, the type of heel. Heels are just lovely they add a touch of retro to your outfits. Your concept to shoes should be determined by there heels, Let me tell you why. It's an effective concept of selecting shoes

A Girl's Guide To Heeled Shoes.


1. Block Heels

Known in the 70s, block heels are chunky and thicker than most heels. The heels are very practical and easy to walk in. They are stable and won't be stuck in stones or holes. They are now created in different styles and adds a touch of retro to your fashion.

2. Slingbacks

They are backless shoes with a strap that crosses behind your ankle or heel. You can fasten the strap at the front of the foot, Nowadays they come in various styles from formal to casual. They can either be closed-toed or opened toed.

3. Platforms

Its work is to raise the feet above the ground more than usual. They have a thick sole and they are comfortable to wear for long periods.  They now produce them in different styles; Sandals, boots, shoes. It will instantly add a few inches to your height.

4. Horn Heels.

In a way they look like the letter C, they are curved and futuristic. There is an edgy feel to them and they now produce them in different styles and heights.

5. Wedges 

They function as both heels and shoe soles. They are comfy to wear and easy to walk in. You can wear them for a long period. There are different varieties to choose from, as its a versatile type of heel.

6. Peep Toes

Peep toes are similar to open toes. They look like court shoes but the tip cut exposes your big toe. They were popular in the 40s and were referred to as 'Pin-Up" shoes.  Peep toes are now available in flats, kitten heels, and ankle heels as opposed to just high heels in the 40s.

7. Stilettos

The shoe is high and slim. It's less than half an inch in diameter to the ground. It also has a minimum heel height of 2 inches. The heels are made to concentrate a large amount of force into a small area. They exclude sexiness and femininity. It can lead to medical problems if worn too often.

8. Lobster Claw

The Lobster Claw is mainly associated with Alexander McQueen. It is made to resemble a claw. These shoes cannot be used daily, they are obviously not comfortable. They are more appropriate for show-offs or music videos.

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