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How to Walk in Heels

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How to Walk in Heels

Get Tips on How to Walk in High Heels

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Teetering, tottering, bobbing and weaving is cute for toddlers, but for a grown woman stepping out in heels? Not so much. For many women, walking in heels presents all sorts of hazards, from wobbling ankles to an unplanned meeting with the pavement. However, side effects of wearing heels also include longer legs, lifted rears, and spikes in sex appeal levels—all valid reasons to rock a killer pair of stilettos. Keep reading for tips on how to get a sexy strut, so you can walk in heels with confidence.

Practice Makes Perfect

There’s a reason why people always repeat this mantra—because it’s true! To do something well is to do it often. Learning to walk in heels is all about baby steps. You simply have to get used to the feeling of walking on a high, thin heel. Start by walking around your house, just for ten minutes, then twenty, until you become used to them. The more you practice, the more comfortable you will feel. Take a few steps on different kinds of flooring: carpet, tile, pavement, etc., as some floors will be more difficult to navigate than others. Better to get the staggering, shaking, and wavering out of the way in the comfort of your own home.

Start Small

There is no rule that states you need to start with sky-high heels. Beginners should instead opt for one of the many kitten or mid-size heel varieties available. Smaller heels come in a number of different colors, styles, and textures, and are just as chic as their taller counterparts—with fewer hazards. A smaller heel is also a good choice for those nights when you know you’ll be on your feet for extended periods of time, as the shorter height will offer style and comfort.

When All Else Fails, Wedge

If thin heels feel like too much of a challenge, you’re in luck. Wedges give you the same sexy height that a heel does, but with a lot more stability. As with any pair of heels, be sure to break them in at home, to get yourself used to the feeling of the height.

Use these tips to walk with confidence in a pair of sexy, stylish heels.

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@JoeP2 I love them on occasions, and any old time, really! This comment has been removed.
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@lipstickislove So glad you enjoyed the tips! This comment has been removed.
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@ShayAKAsHAQ :) This comment has been removed.
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@chrystalblue You've got it! This comment has been removed.
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@courtney2bambi Have you tried the special grips you can add to the bottom of your soles? This comment has been removed.
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It took me awhile to get used to heels and even now I don't wear them too often, but these are some great tips. This comment has been removed.
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Get into postion and take your time and thats how practice and have fun try wedges and mary janes those are really pretty good luck!! :) AND BE VERY CAREFUL This comment has been removed.
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Practice makes perfect, for sure!!! This comment has been removed.
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I love wedges because I can wear a higher heel and still walk, but I also love my heels but always scuff the soles before wearing for the first time so I don't slip. Might not be good on the shoes, but it's good on my staying upright. This comment has been removed.
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@cece_lam Agreed! This comment has been removed.
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@sooozie Me too! So easy! This comment has been removed.
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