Though many of us love high heels, others don’t wear them very often. Some are intimidated by high heels, while others have just never had the occasion to wear them.
Either way, when a high heel occasion rears its head, many will prefer the comfort of a flat shoe. If you are too afraid to try that high heel you covet, you may have to put your phobia aside.
Walking in high heels is not that difficult, and with a bit of practice, you will stepping out in high heels in no time.
To walk well in high heels, first practice just standing in high heels. In front of a full length mirror, stand for a while, then turn slightly to each side. Not only will you be able to check your posture and profile, but the act of merely standing in high heels will help remove some of your apprehension, and let you get accustomed to the added height of the heel.
Take a few steps in your high heels. If possible, do this at first on a hard floor in a room with low carpet, as thick or padded carpet can throw you off balance.