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    Re: How high do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    I can RUN in 3" heels.
    So can I! Well, until my ankles snap.

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    Re: How high do you go?

    3.5 is the highest I wear, and I can walk fine in them. I dont know how I would fair in higher ones though.

    I am also taller than my hubby in heels. He has got and inch or two on me so when I wear heels I am taller than him. I love wearing heels though!

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    Re: How high do you go?

    Count me in as one of those girls who doesn't fare well in heels. The highest I tend to go are 1.5". Yes, there is a heel there, and I can usually walk in them okay. It also depends on the make of the shoe. Anything higher, and my ankles tend to lock up. Sometimes I wish I could wear more, as so many heels nowadays are 2.5+. Sometimes they look really cute. And there are so many accessories to make them comfy. But should you need to make something super-comfy in order to be okay wearing it? It's like adding a lot of seasoning or cheese to some food you're eating. If you need to treat it that much, maybe you don't like it?
    Clarks you say, Tikiroomliz? I will have to investigate those.
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    Re: How high do you go?

    I just took a look at the Clark's site, and I agree that the wider heels are nice. I like their boots! I actually got a nice pair of moccassin heels from a brand called White Mountain. They're really comfy (memory foam insole) and flexible. And they're cute.
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    Re: How high do you go?

    Stacked heels are the way to go if you want a little extra support instead of trying to balance on a little stick.

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    Re: How high do you go?

    Most of my are between 3-4" because of my lack of height, and I enjoy being taller when I get the chance.

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    Re: How high do you go?

    I'm only 5'4" so I enjoy pumping up my height to a nice 5'7" or 5'8". I used to not be able to walk in heels to save my life. I trip over my own feet in flat soled sneakers for goodness sakes! But I went to modeling school and it was survival of the fittest. No way was I falling off that runway.
    I used to do like 6 to 7 inch heels.. But I can't take it anymore Lol I haven't walked in them often enough to still be used to them.

    When I do wear them though, I prefer a stiletto or wedge.

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