Saturday night fever!
Even so, I sometimes face a tricky question. A question more difficult then Hamlet's conundrum of whether one must be or not. A question that involves shoes and every girl faces before a rumble:
Heels or flats?
Because a girls just wants to have fun and not sore feet the next day, am I right?
still, we can't always have what we want because life is kind of unfair, so we have to choose: the glamour or the "comfort" to live every second of those amazing nights in pure fun and no suffering. (Not that next days hangover or crazy dancing is going to leave you fresh as a lettuce)
I mean, every girl encounters this question once in a while or maybe every weekend. It is like the seasoning to the "I have nothing to wear" daily drama.
Is it worth it to hop around 10 cm taller in a crowded disco?
Or is it better to embrace our natural hight and posture to avoid worrying about stepping on people, getting stepped on or being taller then our sweetheart or conquest?
(ANY INTERESTED BOY READING THIS KNOW FOR SURE THAT MY HEELS ARE MY BABIES AND I'LL NEVER STOP WEARING.. with that being said, keep reading...)
It's true. Like Brian Atwood says "The sex is in the heel" They can change every look into something remarkable and announce your arrival with the most empowering and magnetic strut.
Well, turning back to the subject those are some of the reasons why heels always win the battle agains ballerinas to the club. Those are just to corny, this are FEROCIOUS!
However, this doesn't mean they can't be comfortable. Monsieur Louboutin would kill me if I ever called his creations comfy instead of pretty, which they are not... seriously it's an art to master a walk on those, still there are certain types of stilettos perfect to wear for a night out without worrying on whether we can jump or dance all night long in peace. No Pain, much gain.
The trick is not on the height but on the design quite literally. I see girls wearing gigantic pumps that drive them crazy. First mistake is to wear something with no support. You can choose needle heels but always wear them with some sort of stabilizer.
My choice? Anckle strap shoes or anything that can be zipped or laced up to assure comfort and flawless mobility.