Wearing high heels can be daunting for the best of us – that’s on a given night out of maybe 3-4 hours…tops. Try a whole day.
The pinching feeling, the blistered heels, the aching at the balls of your feet. Quite frankly, I can be done with it all. We would say, choose some comfortable heels for your wedding dress but let’s be honest, they don't come by too often.
So, if you’re not feeling wearing flats, chunky heels or if you have your heart set on a snazzy pair of Louboutin's stilettos (fair enough)…then let us share some advice on how to protect your feet from falling off by the end of the night.
Use clear gel deodorant: rub a thin layer of clear roll-on deodorant on the soles and heels of your feet. Doing so, will avoid friction blisters on the night. It may be for men, but this stuff does the trick.
Tape your toes together
OK, this is a weird one – tape your 3rd and 4th toes together: trust us on this! Taping these toes together relieves the nerve strain between the toes which is responsible for that dreaded burning balls pain. Ultimately by doing so, you'll reduce the strain on your toes, in turn, relieving what once felt like inevitable ouchness…well not anymore.
Wear arch insoles
Wear arch insoles: your feet need support so don’t neglect them
And if that doesn’t work...
...drink copious amounts of wine. SORTED.
Our fav pics
But since we’re on the topic of shoes here’s some of our fav picks from the Freya Rose collection that would go wonderfully with a Sabina Motasem dress:
Check our Styling Tips Pinterest board for more inspo - HERE