Start with the right shoes. Finding them should be not unlike finding a lover. Go toward the thing that excites you the most.
Choosing the perfect shoe that won’t give you blisters all comes down to the shape of your feet. Stand up straight. Keep your chin up. Spend some time practicing.
Consultant podiatrist Emma Supple says that some women are built to wear them skyscraper-high, while others will suffer after mere moments in the lowest of heights.
According to Emma, the measurement is based on the flexibility of a curved bone that connects the foot and the leg.
Further she said, “If the talus tilts downwards when you are holding your leg out straight and relaxing your foot, then you have a lot of mobility and can wear high heels with ease.”