High Heels

The look: high heels are high shoes with a straight pencil heel from about ten centimeters.  High heels are also referred to as stilettos. Already in the 16th century, the female and male nobility enjoyed high heels; in the 19th century, high heels were once again fashionable and celebrated their breakthrough in the women’s world in the fifties, especially at the feet of Marilyn Monroe. French and Italian Modedesigners, such as Salvatore Ferragamo, contributed to the success. The luxury brand Dior brought high heels as the first fashion company on the catwalk. In the sixties it became quieter around the high heels. It was not until the nineties that high heels celebrated their comeback-at the feet of Carrie Bradshaw and their girlfriends in “Sex and the City” they not only populated New York’s streets. The four fashion icons raised Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik in the shoe heaven, making high heels worldwide a must-have. Whether with a red sole at Louboutin, in Camel with Chloé or at Dior-meanwhile, high heels are no longer out of the fashion world.
Styling tips: High heels are true wonders, they can create a cool look from a simple outfit. Whether to the sweater and jeans, the floral dress or the evening gown-high heels abduct into another world. They make the wearer self-confident and sensual and change the course and the body. Let yourself be inspired by different colors, materials and cuts. Importance by Harvardshoes.com: Wear high-heeled shoes only if you can also walk on them-otherwise it can look fast after ententanz. Our tip: Some studios offer run training! No-Go: Is not there! They feel comfortable in their favorites-a good reason to do high heels more often!

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