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America by heel height

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For the state of Michigan that is about right. Although, with doctors informing people to lower their heels due to injured achilles tendons, more people are wearing heels around 2 inches or less.

Or the podiatrist restricts you to 1/2" heels after diagnosing you with fallen arches...

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On 2015/3/5 at 2:58 AM, Trene4000 said:

For the state of Michigan that is about right. Although, with doctors informing people to lower their heels due to injured achilles tendons, more people are wearing heels around 2 inches or less.

 Do you often wear high heels at ordinary times? How tall heel is appropriate? (beautiful and not tired)

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On 1/15/2016 at 3:44 AM, stantest said:

 Do you often wear high heels at ordinary times? How tall heel is appropriate? (beautiful and not tired)

Send more heels!!  Less Tennis shoes!   =D

 

(also more skirts and just dressing up in general)   *steps of soap box*    lol

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On 1/15/2016 at 3:44 AM, stantest said:

 Do you often wear high heels at ordinary times? How tall heel is appropriate? (beautiful and not tired)

My heels are lower than one inch now due to injuries.  However, a heel no higher than two inches is acceptable for practically any occasion.  A thick heel for business, work, attending sports events (if you're not wearing sneakers), or when standing for long periods of time (when you don't want to wear a low heel).  A narrow heel is acceptable for nights clubbing, dancing, or attending indoor weddings.  Never wear brand new heels to any event.  When you purchase them, wear them around the house for fifteen minutes first then add ten minutes each day until you can comfortably wear them for an hour without any pain.  So make sure to give yourself plenty of time to break in those new shoes before the event you want to wear them to.

 

I hope that helps.

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