Figure out how to take care of your feet

Heels can cause hip, lower back, and plantar fasciitis in women over 65. If you have any of these but don't want to give up heels, choose ones with a comfortable midsole 

and lesser heels than before.heels cause bunions, hammertoes, and other foot abnormalities.  If you have arthritis or diabetes, choosing shoes is even more critical.

Find a comfortable heel

The right proportions and fit are essential. Advice about fitness is common sense. Try out the shoes you're considering buying while walking, sitting, and standing.

Never wear heels in the back. Balance will suffer if your heel is squashed against the back of your shoe and the ball of your foot is far away.

Incorporate some soothing extras

Cushioning improves comfort. Try gelatinous silicone pads. Open-toed heels can conceal a cushion. Both circumstances will benefit from the pad's weight distribution.Heels protect.

Solemates, a shoe and foot care company, increases the heel base to reduce sinking into grass or other unsupportive surfaces and boost traction and stability.

Test out some kitten heels, wedges, or platforms

Understands women adore heels because they stretch legs, improve outfits, and force proper posture. Dresses, tunics, slacks, jeans—wear them with anything. 

Heels look good with outfits that don't overwhelm them. No heavy trench jackets or suits.  a small evening dress or tighter ankle leggings that don't overwhelm the heels.

Make sure you stop and rest your weary feet

New footwear should be broken in gradually. Try them on and walk around the home for an hour a day to become used to them. 

Take the day off from wearing shoes if you can. If you wear heels, try stretching your feet and calves before putting them on and after taking them off.

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