But unfortunately, they don't make you feel like a million bucks. After hours of wear, your pair of dream shoes can feel like a nightmare. There's nothing like going home and slipping off your uncomfortable heels.
Elizabeth Banks, shown at the 2017 Met Gala, wear stilettos that are slightly too big for her feet. When your feet swell from a long day walking on heels, the extra room in the shoes is a lifesaver. It can save from blisters and sore feet, which can make the entire day much more bearable.
There's plenty of options out there to keep your feet from slipping and sliding in heels that are too big. One of them? Shoe inserts; orthotics that are comfortable enough to put inside your shoes and wear all day.
72 percent of women wear high heeled shoes, and 39 percent of those women wear them daily. That's a large chance that there's going to inevitably be blisters and pinching on their feet. Inserts and tape can help us feel more comfortable in our shoes for when we absolutely have to wear the heels.
The tilted angle of the shoes is not a natural way for our feet to bend. Walking in high heels pulls muscles and joints out of alignment. It can also lead to lower back pain, as heels force the center of gravity forward.