The “cat” heels are on the way to rescue your feet. Part 2



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The cat heel against high heels

Most of us, as we think of a heel, immediately imagine 10 cm and above. Although they are always popular in the fashion industry and women collect them as national treasures, should not be forgotten that there are other styles on the market which at all should not be neglected.

For shorter women, perhaps the idea of the cat heels sounds ridiculous, especially if they wear high heels, mainly because of the extra inches. The truth is that the cat heels give a very beautiful and sexy silhouette to any woman.

Especially benefited from the return of the low, cat heel are the tall ladies, because there is no need to feel like a roof over their friends just to keep up with the modern high-heeled shoes.

Both types have advantages and disadvantages, but women should try to embrace the idea of ​​a low and gentle current and they will be convinced how beautiful and comfortable they are.

If not from aesthetic terms, at least from the healthy. With the continuous growth of the currents, increases and the number of the wounded. Moreover, correct me if I am wrong, but there is nothing attractive in rough and cracked heels, tired of getting sore in the hard high heel.

Think about it ladies, it will not hurt if you find a place for one or two pairs of cat heels in your wardrobe.

If you do not believe, do a research. Cat heels made a ​​rapid comeback in the fashion scene, that even they devoted a whole article for them in the Wall Street Journal. The statement in the article was that the fashion industry meets the rebirth of the small heels.

“Karl Lagerfeld showed several models with the cat heels during the fashion review for Chanel last summer. This year, Marc Jacobs, Roberto Cavalli, Jimmy Choo … they all followed him,” said the author of the article.

Recently the cat heel was spotted on several podiums and among the collections autumn / winter, of not one and two designers – Stella McCartney, Prada, Marc Jacobs, etc. If not us, then at least you can trust them!



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