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  1. The only time I get interaction about heels are when I wear heels 3-3.75”. If I wear 4” or higher I just seem to get odd side eye looks.
  2. These are taking some work to break in, it at least I can wear them around the house for a couple hours at a time without pain now.
  3. It took me a few years to be able to move around without issue wearing ballet boots. As others have said, it’s best to level out the heel so it is vertical when standing. I also used a pointe shoe inside to fortify the toe box of the boot with hood success. Even at my best walking was a bit clumsy.
  4. Breaking these in. Already far more comfortable then when I got them. Just need to be careful not to over stretch them.
  5. I ordered a used pair of Fifi 120’s from Vestiaire collective. They just passed quality control and should be here next week. I’m looking forward to getting them as I love my 100mm pair.
  6. Not going to lie, these may be the most comfortable heel’s I’ve ever had. Well worth checking out if there is a shop near you.
  7. To buy new or on sale in a store, I’ve been really happy with Cole Haan. My most comfortable heels ‘used’ with a 85% markdown has been Jimmy Choo. If you can find a pair for under $100, they are worth it, even though that is still a lot. Their 85-100mm heels have been my go-to for a while, as they don’t seem to come apart like many others I’ve tried.
  8. I used an amp meter and checked the lines coming into the house with a higher then average load. I ended up buying a 15000 watt generator the day hurricane Katrina went over Florida.
  9. Decided that while out and about in 4” heels can be fun, if I am going to be wearing them more often I should also get a practical pair. Got a deal on a pair of Cole Haan ‘Grand Ambition’ pumps in black leather. They are well padded and have a 3” heel. They feel low, considering the pair I wore to the mall to try them had 3-5/8” heels. Sales girl seemed amazed at how at ease I am in heels. *shrug*
  10. 1) How often do you wear high heels? Nearly daily. 2) What type of heel do you prefer? Boots 3) How high is your average daily heel height? 3.5" 4) Do you find high heels uncomfortable? No 5) Do you find high heels difficult to walk in? No 6) Did you know high heels can be bad for your legs, feet and back? Yea 7) Do you have any ill effects from wearing high heels? Yes 8) If yes, what areas cause you problems? Nerve issue behind left big toe from time to time. 9) Do you find it difficult or uncomfortable to wear low-heels, flats or go barefoot? Nope
  11. I set a 10 second timer and put my phone on the ledge of the fridge on the other side.
  12. I doubt you will need that long. Do not be surprised if you order another pair before March
  13. Out getting groceries. Only comment was a clerk complimenting me, and saying she can’t wear heels that high, and asking how I can. I could only comment that it takes practice.
  14. A lot of shoes state their heel height for a specific size, so a 120mm heel in size 41 might be 100 in 35. Don’t get too hung up on height measurements being absolute. I have one pair of Cole Haan pumps that say they are 100mm, but they feel lower then a pair of Jimmy Choo’s I found online.
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