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    okay so I bought these boots, the ones with a heel at the end but its not too high its mid length which is good , but after a week my LEFT ANKLE HURTS like soo much the only reason why I wear them is because im really short and im in sixform and when I wear them I fell more confident and that no one is looking at me, but when I don't have them I feel people look at me, and I walk to school for 20 minutes, so yeh it would hurt but I see other girls wear it and I don't see them having problems, and theres are a bigger then myn, im honestly fed up know, and I don't know what to do! I really want to wear them but I don't know what to do for my left ankle , I hate being short !

    someone please help me ! any ideas
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    (Original post by holasenorita1)
    okay so I bought these boots, the ones with a heel at the end but its not too high its mid length which is good , but after a week my LEFT ANKLE HURTS like soo much the only reason why I wear them is because im really short and im in sixform and when I wear them I fell more confident and that no one is looking at me, but when I don't have them I feel people look at me, and I walk to school for 20 minutes, so yeh it would hurt but I see other girls wear it and I don't see them having problems, and theres are a bigger then myn, im honestly fed up know, and I don't know what to do! I really want to wear them but I don't know what to do for my left ankle , I hate being short !

    someone please help me ! any ideas
    Wear them at home with really thick socks for a while to wear in the leather. I wear sports socks in boots as much more comfy. You can always change your shoes when you get to school.
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    Wear more comfortable shoes walking to school?

    Wear thick socks while you're breaking them in and buy some plasters if you get blisters.

    The first few times wearing a new pair of shoes/boots will hurt but as you break them in they're softer and easier to wear.
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    Thanks to all the replays I did that broke it in and know they are comfy thanku everyone who answered and bwt I did try to wear different shoues to schools didn't work that well but its okay thanks again
 
 
 
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