HOW TO SURVIVE A NIGHT OUT IN KILLER HEELS May 08 2016

Yeah, that’s right. The summer / holiday season is approaching which means countless partying. More partying means having the perfect go-to outfits with KILLER heels sorted and ready to go!

I’m sure you’ve heard the cliché:  “sometimes looking good comes with a whole heap of pain.” That’s definitely NOT the case here because we are giving you lovelies hope in these sassy stompers.

Let’s take a look at a regular on the catwalk: Kendall Jenner. She is no stranger when it comes to towering heels. We’ve seen this beauty attend Chanel, Balmain,  H&M and every other glitzy fashion party you could think of – pairing each and every one of her outfits with towering heels. How on earth does she do it? No fear, we have come up with survival tips for you and your friends.

kendell jenner wearing high heels

 

Want to re-create the Kendall Jenner look? Take a look at our Ava Long Gladiator Heels.  Black, nude, red… take your pick girls.

Ava long knee high heel sandals

 

  1. PICK THE RIGHT SHOE SIZE.

When making a footwear purchase, I would urge you to try on the pair of heels before.  Also pay extra special attention to the way the shoes feel on your feet and not just the way it looks. It’s vital that you feel balanced within yourself as well as centred. Say no to your gut feeling, your shopaholic habits, if it’s in anyway too loose or narrow. You will automatically regret the purchase once you’re out in the clubs and having to sit the whole night out.

 

  1. TRIAL RUN YOUR SHOES.

Comfort doesn’t mean you have to turn to ugly shoes. We know you weren’t planning on it either! Take your shoes out for a test run before the big the day. Breaking into new heels is key because we have all had the experience of taking fresh new heels out on the go. The ending was probably a disaster too.

 

  1. AVOID BLISTERS.

Imagine this. You’re dancing the night away and the music is kicking in. It’s all going great until the sweating/blisters kick in. Here’s a tip – spraying your feet with deodorant will stop them from sweating. Don’t forget to keep a pack of padded plasters. There’s nothing worse than the dreaded dance whilst developing a blister.