I have noticed for some time an even higher heel and a slight (hidden) platform on the ball. They actually look good. Guaranteed to turn even the worst 5'6" bore into a lofty 6-ft bore.
Ones that protect your feet and keep them warm and dry, anything else is for pathetic fashion slaves.
I am a fellow "pathetic fashion slave". This season is all about platform wedges with prints and kitten heels!
Comfortable ladies shoes are increasingly popular. These are especially good if you are an active woman and tend to walk a lot. Comfortable ladies shoes that 'can breathe' leave your blood circulation unimpended and your feet stay relaxed all day long.
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