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High Heel Shoes - How do you walk in them?! =O watch

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    I don't
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    Just practice at home. I was nervous about wearing heels for the first time but I just got used to it, and I know what others mean about the drunk thing as well!
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    Its not that difficult. You just have to totter a bit more.
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    more weight on the front of the shoe, if the heels are cheap and you put your weight on the heel, they can snap off. Its best to walk on a hard surface and you must climb your stairs at home in them afew times to get used to going up/down stairs.

    and remember to strut
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    keep your back straight and practice in them for a month everyday while doing ridiculous things like the hoover and putting your washing out or cleaning the bathroom..you'l be a pro by the end of it..!watch fashiontv models on catwalks too..!
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    This has been helpful haha, I'm buying 5" heels soon too... most I've done is 3" and can walk in them fine, perhaps i'll be fine with the others too since it's not that much of a stretch...
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    Heel, toe, heel, toe, one two three, and away we go...

    (I think that's from line dancing )
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    DO NOT walk with your feet apart. You will look ridiculous. If you concentrate on getting one foot in front of the other, you will automatically get your hips moving in sort of the right motion, and then you just need to practise. Think tall and be confident. Try getting those angel feet things, because they help my feet to stay in the shoes a bit more so they don't slip at all, and they stop them hurting so much. Just practise A LOT.
 
 
 
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