Admittedly, women look good on high heels. It cast the glamour on their attire- formal suit, gown, dress, or even with a pair of jeans. Not to mention making women feel attractive and confident too. This is most especially for those who want to look taller and leaner. However, along with these positive outlooks, it comes with detriments as well. Check out the following reminders to see if you’re doing the right thing. Yes, you may want to look stylish and classy.
Nevertheless, you should be conscious of the health risks it can cause too. So please take note of the following dos and don’ts of wearing high heels.
The Dos: Go for these!
- Do manage your balance when you’re wearing those dashing heels. Considering that they can be tricky sometimes. Remember even a few of the Hollywood stars and supermodels were victimized. So be extra careful!
- Do wear high heels on occasions for it helps maintain a good posture. So take advantage of it. There’s nothing more to add but just be confident!
- Do walk gently and with small steps to avoid muscle strains. Likewise it can also boost your charm to the totality of your attire and persona.
- Do select the appropriate heels for you. Tip: Fashion Gurus suggest block and/or wedge heels for women who scale more than their ideal weight. On the other hand, slim and petite women can freely wear stilettos.
- Do make sure that your desired high heels are a perfect fit.
- Do alternate wearing high heels, flip flops, sneakers, flats, and rubber shoes.
- Do enjoy the glorious moment of looking chic and sophisticated!
The Don’ts: Cautions you need to know!
- Don’t wear the heels if you’re in doubt. Thus don’t punish yourself with the staggering height. Otherwise practice wearing it at home first, if you really adore the heels.
- Don’t lay the pressure on the heels for you don’t want to strain any muscles.
- Don’t run in heels! It might result to injuring your ankles. Additionally, never attempt to stomp your feet when on heels.
- Don’t walk on uneven pathways. Furthermore be aware of unexpected holes on the street.
- Don’t wear high heels for long hours or on a full day. Whereas possible health risks may be encountered such as ankle injuries, hammertoe, bunions, knee problems, low back pains, and possible twisted ankle. And based on a new study, it could even make your muscles shrink!
Dwell upon these advices by heart
- Once again according to the Fashion Gurus, the acceptable height is 2 to 3 inches. This ideal height can be comfortable and safe enough for you to wear regularly.
- But still remember to avoid wearing high heels for more than eight hours a day.
- The key to a healthier “high-heeled-fashionista” you is moderation.
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