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    The pain i get when i wear heels is so bad like i honestly cant wear heels because they hurt so much! I can walk only about 15 minutes in them before i have to stop and start or take them off completely. But what i dont understand is, i see many girls walk in heels and they are fine as well as celebrities who wear them almost daily. Do heels only hurt for beginners or do these other girls i see just know how to bare the pain?


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    I think so, but a large part comes down to the shoes themselves too. I always thought I couldn't walk in heels but I bought two pairs of block-heeled shoes over the last year, two to three inches in height, and I was surprised that I didn't mind walking around in them for a few hours, though they are still less comfortable than flat shoes. Maybe you can "graduate" with block heels since they seem to be everywhere this summer. I also find the ground surface to be a huge factor - I can dance and walk indoors in six-inch stilettos for hours but as soon as I'm on a pavement full of cracks and cobbles I'm like "Nope!"

    Of course, there is absolutely nothing wrong with just sticking to flat shoes. They can be very fashionable too. *
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    It does get easier. I have a medical condition which causes weak legs and before it got worse I was able to walk in 6 inch heels ! I started out with wedges and then went to block heels and then sort of started with 3 or 4 inch heels before trying the big 6 inch ones. I used to walk around the house and practise. You'll find that different surface areas can make it a lot harder too. As for the pain, sore feet is always a price to pay - but remember that your calves and butt will look amazing !!
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    (Original post by FrannySmith)
    It does get easier. I have a medical condition which causes weak legs and before it got worse I was able to walk in 6 inch heels ! I started out with wedges and then went to block heels and then sort of started with 3 or 4 inch heels before trying the big 6 inch ones. I used to walk around the house and practise. You'll find that different surface areas can make it a lot harder too. As for the pain, sore feet is always a price to pay - but remember that your calves and butt will look amazing !!
    Great advice!

    How can anyone do this in heels?
 
 
 

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