So by now you know that I love to educate (share beyond the surface level) and I'm not ashamed to say it -lol. So, I couldn't share this blog without giving you a little history of course. Did you know that heels were worn as far back as the 16th Century? Egyptians wore them as well. Catherine de Medici a Franco/Italian noblewomen pioneered the use of heels as a fashion statement. So ladies, we can thank her for starting the movement. Historians also say that, "She wore heels to make herself look taller or larger than life." I say we wear heels to compliment our fabulous outfits.
Cone A round heel that is broad where it meets the sole of the shoe and noticeably narrower at the point of contact with the ground. It is closed on the front back and sides. Kitten A short, slim heel with maximum height under 2 inches (5 cm) and diameter of no more than 0.4 inch (1 cm) at the point of contact with the ground. Prism Three flat sides that form a triangle at the point of contact with the ground. Puppy Thick square block heel with approximately 2 inches (5 cm) length in all dimensions. Spool or Louis Broad where it meets the sole and at the point of contact with the ground; noticeably narrower at the midpoint between the two. Stiletto A tall, slim heel with minimum height of 2 inches (5 cm) and diameter of no more than 0.4 inch (1 cm) at the point of contact with the ground. Wedge Occupies the entire space under the arch and heel portions of the foot. Viennese The heel is longer than the shoe itself and is impossible to walk on, only found on fetish shoes, just for sitting or lying down.
2. Don't wear the wrong shoes. Try them on and make sure you're comfortable.
3. Sneakers are okay - Don't feel obligated to wear heels.
4. If you're wearing open toed shoes, DON'T FORGET to get a pedicure. Bring the nail polish color with you in your Bridal Emergency Kit in case you accidentally chip your toe nail color.