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How in the unicorn universe can anyone walk in peace in these? Please come and share your honest thoughts.
Boots with very thin heels are something boggling to my mind. I can’t do kitten heels. I can’t with skinny heels because I can sense myself toppling down while I imagine myself wearing them. This is not to say I resent those who can work those killer heels. I do admire the poise in the girls and women who can walk confidently in them. I’m not one of them and I am far from tempted to wear heels anyway. But, I do love pondering on certain footwear trends and this bootie trend in particular in high on the list.
It’s one of those footwear styles that brings together the rough utilitarian boots and the ultra feminine tall and skinny heels. Not that I’m in the position to be against the trend but my eyeballs do pause and anxiety rises as I imagine a heel getting stuck somewhere in the asphalt and the wearer being sent to drop in a stylish heap in a nearby drain.
Perhaps, it’s my lack of coordination that’s writing this piece but the real question I have is – How on earth does anyone wear the boots with skinny heels without having mild anxiety? If you’re wondering what boots are these, I’m certain you’ve seen and probably have worn them before but rest assured, you can kick back and eyeball how the bloggers wear the footwear I’ll refrain from wearing ever in my life down below.
Well, what do you think of these boots? Do you happen to love wearing them? How do you trot confidently in these booties? Please enlighten the rest of us that get nightmares just thinking of having to wear them!
“If you take society’s definition of knowing oneself, you will become lost in the many translations.” — Grace Sara
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