Women Ribbon Glitter High Heel Wedding Shoes

Women Ribbon Glitter High Heel Wedding Shoes

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Every woman wants to look beautiful, moreover planning to get married. This pair of Designer Wedding Shoes will keep your feet happy throughout the entire wedding. The pair of Silver Wedding Shoes is decorated with pretty rhinestones that add beauty to your outfit and your feet. These luxury, sexy, and elegant Designer Wedding Shoes in the fashion round toe design feature a high heel, a luxury upper decorated by bling bling powder. This pair of round toe High Heel Wedding Shoes is fabulous for weddings, proms, parties, evening shoes or dancing the night away. The pair of Designer Wedding Shoes is incredibly beautiful. This pair of Designer Wedding Shoes features pointed toe and ankle strap design with light color. The pair of High Heel Wedding Shoes has smooth lining and foot bed for you to wear. Foot bed conforms to foot, creating a custom fit allowing foot to bend and expand naturally, reducing fatigue. Any Bride will look dazzling in this pair of round toe wedding shoes. Just be the belle of the wedding in this fabulous designer wedding shoes! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: Fashion womenankle strapDesigner Wedding Shoes are customized for ladies Foot bed conforms to foot, creating a custom fit allowing foot to bend and expand naturally, reducing fatigue The anklestrap Silver Wedding Shoes upper is made of PU, durable for years of use Lightweight, stylish, and most important, this pair of High Heel Wedding Shoes is comfortable to wear This Designer Wedding Shoes is afashionable accessory for ladies, express yourself has never been so easy The design is very reasonable and feels comfortable when wearing This popularankle strap shoescradle feet in pampering comfort Material: PU & Glitter Powder Heel Height: Approx. 5cm/1.9in Details: The wedding shoes feature high heel and pointed toe The pair of high heel wedding shoes has smooth lining and foot bed for you to wear Foot bed conforms to foot, creating a custom fit allowing foot to bend and expand naturally, reducing fatigue Size Reference Table: US Sizes Euro/China Sizes UK Sizes Inches CM 3 34 2 7.8 20.1 4 35 2 8.2 20.8 4.5 35 2.5 8.4 21.3 5 35-36 3 8.5 21.6 5.5 36 3.5 8.8 22.2 6 36-37 4 8.9 22.5 6.5 37 4.5 9.1 23 7 37-38 5 9.3 23.5 7.5 38 5.5 9.4 23.8 8 38-39 6 9.5 24.1 8.5 39 6.5 9.7 24.6 9 39-40 7 9.9 25.1 9.5 40 7.5 10.0 25.4 10 40-41 8 10.2 25.9 10.5 41 8.5 10.3 26.2 11 41-42 9 10.5 26.7 11.5 42 9.5 10.7 27.1 12 42-43 10 10.9 27.6 13 43 10.5 11.0 27.9 13.5 44 11 11.1 28.1 NOTE: There may be certain error of these dimensions; specific dimension varies from person to person How to Measure High Heel Shoes Height: For many women, high heels are a wardrobe staple. They come in a variety of styles, types and heights. Stiletto, pump and kitten are all types of high-heeled shoes. Although many women own a variety of different heels, they do not always know the height of each heel. Luckily, it doesn't take much effort to measure the height of high-heeled shoes Set the shoe on a flat, even surface Measure the back of the heel from the point where it connects to the shoe, called the seam, to the bottom of the heel resting on the flat surface Write this measurement down; this is the height of your high-heeled shoe How to Measure Foot: How to Walk in High Heel Shoes: When you wear high heel shoes you not only look and feel taller, you look thinner. Have you noticed when you have on high heel shoes you stand up straighter? It's true, your posture gets better and your feet look smaller. What more can you ask for? If you haven't had practice with walking in larges size women heels than you have stumbled on the right article. I will share some fast and easy tips on how to walk in high heel shoes Start Small and Wide: Choose a nice thicker size heel that isn't too high or too spiky at first. You want to give yourself a chance to get used to having on heels. Get use to the feel of your heels just by standing in them at first Practice Walking on a Flat Surface: Walking in your high heels will come with ease the more practice you have. Start slow and walk stepping on your heel first and then the sole of your shoe. Concentrate on your walk pointing your toes forward and making it a fast and seamless motion. Don't stay too long on your heel before coming down on the sole of your shoe; it should be almost as if it is one motion Your Stride is Straight and Short: Your walk is shorter than your normal pace. Continue your practice but this time focus on your stride. Keep your legs straight and your feet on point and not leaning towards the sides of your heels. Remember in flats your walk in wider and in heels, it is closer together Practice on Different Levels: You have practiced on a flat service now it is time to use the stairs. Don't be afraid to hold on to the railing if you need to especially when coming down the stairs in heels. When you are walking up the stairs in your high heels shoes make sure the entire bottom of your shoe is on the step and not your heel. On the other hand, walking down the stairs in your heels you want to make sure that your entire shoe (heel and sole) are touching the step at the same time. Practicing walking up and down in your shoes until you feel comfortable will give you more confidence How to Wear High Heel Shoes Pain Free: High heels add height and drama to a woman's overall look, but many avoid them for fear of pinching and pain. Get the look you want in high heels without the pain by following these steps Start out wearing wedge-heel shoes. A wedge heel is close to the actual shape of a person's foot, thus allowing for more comfort Once you are comfortable wearing a wedge heel, begin wearing a 1-inch high heel. This will boost your height but not to the point where you begin to feel uncomfortable in the shoe. The idea is to slowly become more comfortable about wearing high heels Before you attempt to wear shoes with higher heels out in public, be sure that you are comfortable in them. Wear the heels around your house for several days, making sure that the shoes are comfortable on your feet. If you can't walk around your house in a particular pair of high heel shoes for more than a half hour, you probably shouldn't wear them in public Until you are more comfortable wearing high heeled shoes, wear them with socks. This is especially important if you're not used to wearing high heeled shoes. You may find that wearing heels without any socks can become extremely uncomfortable in a hurry Work on your posture while wearing high heeled shoes. Try to walk as upright, yet as natural as possible. High heeled shoes can be known to hurt your back as well as your feet If you find that your feet hurt while wearing high heel shoes, consider purchasing padded insoles. These will give you some added comfort while wearing heels Avoid buying inexpensive high heel shoes. Everybody loves a bargain, but if you buy cheap high heel shoes, you can expect to experience some discomfort while wearing them. The better the shoe, the better the chance that you'll be comfortable while wearing them How to Break in High Heel Shoes: New shoes can be harsh on your feet, but being patient before wearing those fabulous shoes out on the town can save those feet some pain. Breaking your shoes, especially high heel shoes in before going out in them is an essential step to create that fierce walk Buy the correct size! If the shoe is too small no amount of breaking in the shoe will help your feet, and if the shoe is too big it will cause you to fall and nothing will be able to save your face Wear the shoes in you house for thirty minutes every day, or until your feet begin to hurt, whichever comes first. Not only will this break in your shoe but it will give you plenty of time to practice walking in this specific heel Use sandpaper to rough up the soles, if you are slipping around Use Shoe Aids from drugstores. Small gel pads that fit into the shoe, or grips for your shoe can help improve the feel of your feet and your walk Pay attention to your feet. If there is a certain spot that consistently hurts, try using moleskin to help alleviate the pain and break in your shoe How to Make High Heel Shoes Quieter: Sometimes you might want to wear a pair of high heels to stand out from the crowd and get noticed, but sometimes the loud noise those heels make when they hit a hard floor will become annoying to you. Quite often we find ourselves in places or situations where that loud clicking noise will get you attention that you would rather not have. You can go to a shoe repairman to have rubber soles attached to your heels, but there is a cheaper and easier way to quiet your high heels Break off a small piece of duct tape from the roll. Lay the piece of tape sticky side up on a flat surface. Duct is good for this because it will grip the floor better and won't cause you to slip like some materials would. The stickiness on one side also makes it easier to attach it to the bottoms of your heels Sit the bottom of the high heel down on the sticky part. Pick the shoe up, press the tape to the bottom of the heel and fold a little bit of the tape up the sides of the heel so that the tape extends upward about 2 millimeters. You don't want to go any further up the heel than that because you don't want it to be too obvious Use a pair of scissors to neatly cut the excess tape off around the bottom of the heel. Trim around the heel until the edges of the tape are nearly invisible. Repeat Steps 1, 2 and 3 for the heel on the other shoe Put the shoes on and walk back and forth across a hard floor. If the shoes are now quiet enough for you, you're done. If you think they need to be a little quieter, repeat the process and put another piece of tape over the first piece on each heel. Your pieces of tape will eventually wear out so you will need to replace them every so often Training for High Heels: Wearing high heels should be a beautiful experience. Your body will be elongated and your hips will naturally swing from side to side accentuating all of your feminine assets. However, if you aim too high too soon or pick the wrong heel for your foot, the whole experience can quickly turn into a nightmare. Take the time for a little careful planning to glide your way to high-heel success Train Yourself Up Slowly: Get your feet used to wearing kitten heels before working your way up to stilettos. Start off with heels that provide you with more support. A good progression would include kitten heels, mid-height heels, wedges and finally super-duper high heel stiletto shoes. Wedge heels provide a stable base while helping you to get used to balancing on the balls of your feet. Similarly, wider and clumpier heels might not be as elegant as slender heels, but they will be great for helping you to find your balance and get you walking the walk Posture: Keep your head up and eyes facing forward. Don't look down, and try to avoid stooping. Relax your knees to let your hips work their natural magic. Take smaller steps and make sure your arms flow gracefully from side to side Method: Always step onto the heel of the foot first. If you're wearing very high heels, the temptation will be to to step onto your toes and pull back onto the heel. This will only increase the pain. Remember: heel, ball, toe. Heel, ball, toe Padding: Add foot and strap cushions---and use them generously. You can buy padding for any part of the shoe where you experience pain, including the ball of the foot, straps and back of the heel. You can also use plasters. This will greatly help to relieve tension points The Right Shoes: Strappy sandals with open toes will be much more comfortable that closed toe shoes that put extra pressure on the toes. If you do wear closed-toe heels, then add a foot pad to the ball of the foot to stop your feet slipping forward and squishing the toes Test Your Limits: When wearing your heels, stand on tip-toe. There should be at least an inch between the bottom of your shoe and the floor. If you have less give than that, then the shoes are too high for you and you won't be able to walk comfortably in them Tips & Warnings: Don't drive in heels and take one shoe off Don't walk in mud, snow, or water in high heels You really shouldn't walk in high heels if you are pregnant If any pair of high heels causes you to have sores, blisters or even bleed, stop wearing them immediately. No fashion statement is worth injuring yourself Package Included: 1 x Pair of Women Wedding Shoes