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Are You Stuck In High Heels?

Are you 'Stuck In High Heels"?   380 members have voted

  1. 1. Are you 'Stuck In High Heels"?


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I will admit that I am 'stuck in heels' or should I call it 'stuck loving heels'. I have always had a thing for wearing them since high school and continue today almost daily. Yes, I also admit to having gotten used to wearing them so much for periods of time such as all day for work, that I do feel 'pressure' when walking flatfoot after wearing them for so long. It's not really pain but more of a pressure, and therefore feel better in them, and 'yes' I know that I should stretch my calves out like I have read and been told before, but as usual and with everyone else, 'I am always in a hurry' and don't do it. So....'stuck in heels'?....yeah, maybe a little...

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It will save a lot of pain if you remember to stretch now rather than later.

and 'yes' I know that I should stretch my calves out like I have read and been told before, but as usual and with everyone else, 'I am always in a hurry' and don't do it.

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It will save a lot of pain if you remember to stretch now rather than later.

Amanda,

It's a choice to stretch I think. Of corse it will give pain later. But that’s the lifestyle choice I think? I do sport a lot but I do not stretch. I want to be stuck I think? Stupid? Yes probably but after some point you don't want to go back.

Love Esther

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Well, I can wear all kind of shoes, flat's and high heels. The only way i feel stucked is the fact that i really love skyhigh heels.

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Amanda,

It's a choice to stretch I think. Of corse it will give pain later. But that’s the lifestyle choice I think? I do sport a lot but I do not stretch. I want to be stuck I think? Stupid? Yes probably but after some point you don't want to go back.

Love Esther

It was never a conscious "lifestyle choice" for me. It's something that happened over several years. It sort of crept up on me.

Sometimes I would like to "go back" but it seems to require more pain and effort than I'm prepared to spend. At least at the moment.

A

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I dont think I am stuck in high heels but I think of it as a preference, I like the way they feel,look,sound and well you know ATTENTION.:thumbsup:

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Each year the word stuck in heels certainly is more correct. A couple years ago I spend more time at home lounging without shoes but now besides showers, long baths and swimming and the ODD night in bed I have heels 24/7

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One of the lucky few to be born with a natural foot arch for a 3" heel. Which I can go to and from any heel heigth at will and with no practice. Also been wearing heels since I was born..just what my mother got me. I can even do a full on run in heels...though not a sprint. Walking in heels is THE best way to work on balence next to Ballet.

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Lucy, I couldn't have put it better. I voted 'yes' because mentally I am stuck in heels and always wear them whenever I need to look smart or even 'smartly casual'. I also love long walks in the country or the coast, and then I wear hiking boots or shoes. It is true that, because of my years of heels, I need some support, but most good hiking footwear seems to have a bit of a heel anyway. Even so, after a walk, especially if there is a lot of steep uphill, my calf muscle let me know of their presence! I simply can't be in anything flat or nearly flat for any length of time - even the mules I wear around the house have 21/2" heels and if in bare feet I usually walk on my toes. From my postings elsewhere it's no secret that I want to go ever higher, and now that I'm wearing 61/2" sometimes my 51/2" do seem amazingly low! But Lucy, you are so right, by making sure of some variety in heel height I can still get that thrill that can be had from putting on even 5" heels. Added to that, when you look in the mirror you can see how whatever outfit you are wearing is transformed by the heels into something special.

Love,

Anne Louise

I agree with you. I also use at least 5 cm heels, even at home. But I have no pair higher than 12 centimeter.

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I cant where anything higher than 4 inch heels. Usally I like 2 to 3 inch. But I also am stuck in heels. I wear pumps to work,slip on a pair mules with jeans when I get home and some satin slippers with heels at night. I buy flats but never wear them. In the summer I do love flipflops.

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In the summer I do love flipflops.

It must be refreshing to be able to wear flip flops now and then when your stuck in heels.

:winkiss:

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I hope you brits can wear flipflops too

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I hope you brits can wear flipflops too

Not me, not on my feet anyway.

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