Men were the first to wear high heels around the 1600s. Women began wearing shoes with heels to look more masculine.
These days everyone loves to wear high heels and for all different reasons.
Here are some of the different types of heels popular for women’s shoes today.… Continue reading
Having small feet doesn’t mean you can’t wear high heels.
Smaller sized shoes with heels are just a little harder to find. Lucky for you I spent some time searching online and found you a nice selection of high heels for small feet.
One quick remedy if the shoes… Continue reading
Are you, like so many of us, obsessed with high end designer shoes?
Even if you have the resources, it’s not always easy to shop for designer shoes. Why is that you ask?
Besides needing the necessary spending money, it is almost impossible to find high-end designer shoes if you… Continue reading
Unleash your creative soul with Taylor Says Shoes.
Taylor Says is making a statement with unique one of a kind heels created from original hand painted designs. With a love for painting on just about everything, Taylor Reeve’s creative individuality has now found a way to share that creativity with… Continue reading
Most men find high heels sexy, and women continue to wear them even though they can be painful sometimes, and inherently dangerous for their health.
High heels appear everywhere, from shopping catalogs, online shoe websites like this one, fashion magazines, cheer leading squads, to the most conservative workplaces, popular film… Continue reading
Do you love Neon Shoes as much as Anna does? Read on to find out.
I received an email the other day that spiked my curiosity:
“i want to tell you guys i have this shoe that i made, its like a short boot with a pink flower on the… Continue reading
Controversy has been stirring for the last few years now over the staggeringly sky-high heels available to us.
If you are wearing heels on a regular basis, or for several hours a day, most doctors recommend a heel height of no more than 2 1/2 inches. That doesn’t mean you… Continue reading