“My foot’s hurt real bad.” Was my colleague rant as she hobbled down the road wearing flat chappals on Monday.
Yesterday I saw her sporting her latest chic black kitten heels. Duly admiring the asset I ask her about her foot.
“Oh its still hurting, though better than yesterday.”
“What about the heels?” I ask.
“Well, I wanted to wear nice shoes.” *Grin!*
And that, people sums up the beauty of affairs with shoes. She was in pain, but the pain diminished – by her causing more pain to herself. Idiotic? Not to her.
To most women, nothing can prep you up like a pair of shoes can – even though its something most people wont notice. You don’t need to have a substance abuse problem with shoes (ala Carrie Bradshaw), but you sure can keep yourself well stocked.
When you don’t want to wear flats, but want something to give you that slight elevation, kitten heels are the best. As the name implies they are not full blown heels, but are sweet and small like kittens. They work very well in office and out. Functional, while giving you a chic look for the fashion element.
Tiny heels with lovely designs, they elevate your foot just enough to give the impression of heels, yet are short and stable enough to be comfortable for all-day wear.
Unlike the ugy block heels of the past, kitten heels combine the svelte look of a stilletto, while curtailing it at a few millimeters. They look just amazing with full skirts. Better than the ballerina shoes or the old variety that women wore in 80s.
As with any heeled shoe the Kitten comes in a variety of toe types and designs but can wear the incongruous colours like pink really really well.
And, if like my colleague who hurt her foot and dint want to repeat her flat chappals, you want something fashionable to prep you up, I would suggest a nice kitten heel in your shoe cupboard for just these occasions.
Kitten Heels, finally, are the answer to the ugly square heeled, but oh-so-comfortable slingbacks your mother wore.