HOW TO WEAR HIGH HEELS
You can look taller, slimmer, sexy and more confident in high heels. However, walking in high heels can be tricky and it takes practice to learn. You can learn to walk fearlessly in high heels.
I learned to walk in high heels at 13 years of age. I was always impressed with the ladies at my church on Sunday. They would come to church dressed up in their fine suits, church hats, and high heel shoes. The looked ever so important, dignified and graceful. That was the look that I wanted. At that time, I babysit for my sister. I rode bus home and would get off the bus on the main street in downtown. I was looking in the shoe store display window and saw a pair of black patent leather high heels. I went inside and asked to try them on. Then I asked could I put them on layaway. They allowed me, a 13 year old girl, to put those shoes on layaway. When I got them out of layaway. I immediately began to practice wearing them on a rug, with my chin up, my shoulders squared and a dictionary on my head. This gave me the confidence to be steady and sure footed.
I was ready to wear my new black patent leather high heels to church. When I walked down the isle on the carpet, I did great. However, when I went in the basement and walked on that shining painted floor my ankle twisted, my foot went under me, but I did an instant reset and kept on walking. Now, I did more practicing at home until it became natural.
YOU TOO CAN LEARN TO WALK IN HIGH HEELS.
These are just a few tips for your success.
1. Make sure you have on the correct size shoe.
2. Your posture is very important. You want told your head up and hold your shoulders back and down to relax your arms.
3. Relax your knees. They should never be locked. Keep your legs close together as you walk and point your toes directly in front of you.
4. Take small steps.
5. Practice on floor surfaces that gives traction this allows you to have sure footed steps thus confidence as you walk.
6. Because women look sexy in high heels, you can now put a little sway in your walk.
7. Practice! Practice! Practice!